This week we continue our series on Common Schema and talk about different ways to look at the processlist, help with the query profiler, and some internal Common Schema tables. Ear Candy is about RHEL 7.0 using MariaDB, and At the Movies is The Human Postmortem.
This week we continue our discussion about Common Schema by talking about security views and schema analysis views. Ear Candy is that apt repositories for MySQL are available, and At the Movies is about copyright vs. civil liberties.
This week we talk to Justin Swanhart about Shard-Query, a massively parallel processing query engine for MySQL. Ear candy is about mydumper, and At the Movies is "Common Deadly MySQL Development Mistakes."
This week, we talk with Ivan Zoratti of SkySQL about MaxScale, a new MySQL proxy. Ear Candy is about accidentally removing a dependent package, and At the Movies is a DB Hangops recording of MaxScale, replication saturation and monitoring.
This week we talk about how to install and set up Galera Cluster. Ear Candy talks about the new MySQL repos from Oracle and what to know about using them; At the Movies is Michael Stonebreaker talking about how to process today's big data transactional processing needs.
This week we finish up talking about the Openark Kit for MySQL. Ear Candy is using both --master-data and --tab with mysqldump, and At the Movies features Robert Hodges of Continuent presenting Scalable MySQL Operation in the Cloud with Continuent Tungsten.
This week we discuss the basics of using the performance schema in MySQL 5.5 and 5.6. Ear Candy is about a temporal gotcha when using dates and times that do not exist, and At the Movies is David Stokes giving some useful for System Administrators who also are in a DBA role.
This week we discuss Tungsten and MySQL 5.6 replication with friend of the show, Giuseppe Maxia (aka the Data Charmer). Ear Candy is MariaDB's Cassandra storage engine, and At the Movies is Giuseppe's "MySQL 5.6 Replication – features and usability" video from Open Database Camp.