Planet MariaDB

Following this series of blog posts started by Evgeniy Patlan: How to Manually Build Percona Server for MySQL RPM Packages How to Build Percona Server for MySQL From Sources we’ll show you how to build Percona Server for MongoDB for various operating systems¹ using Docker on your local Linux machine/build server. In this very case, […]… Read more
By Oleksandr Miroshnychenko
2021-10-19
Source: Percona
The cloud-native landscape matures every day, and new great tools and products continue to appear. We are starting a series of blog posts that are going to focus on new tools in the container and cloud-native world, and provide a holistic view through the prism of Percona products. In this blog: VMware Tanzu Community edition […]… Read more
By Sergey Pronin
2021-10-18
Source: Percona
This is a new era in deploying, managing and monitoring your Galera Cluster for MySQL, with the recently released Galera Manager, now Generally Available (GA). Galera Manager is a web-based graphical user interface (GUI) tool that allows you to fully manage clusters in Amazon Web Services, you can also deploy clusters on user provided hosts […]… Read more
By Sakari Keskitalo
2021-10-18
Source: Galera Cluster
Mydbops propounds free webinars & meetups about MySQL, MongoDB, and PostgreSQL, the major three opensource databases.  What greater thing can we give to our community than to diversify their skill sets and improve their craftsmanship by providing free Webinars with niche topics, illustrations, Q&A, and, most importantly, more fun as we work together to sharpen our … Continue reading Mydbops MyWebinar 10th edition – Speaker Announcement →… Read more
By santhanamydbops
2021-10-18
Source: Mydbops
Recently, AWS presented its own CPU on ARM architecture for server solutions. It was Graviton. As a result, they update some lines of their EC2 instances with new postfix “g” (e.g. m6g.small, r5g.nano, etc.). In their review and presentation, AWS showed impressive results that it is faster in some benchmarks up to 20 percent. On […]… Read more
By Nik Krichko
2021-10-15
Source: Percona
Percona has been named a finalist in the Computing Technology Product Awards for Best Use of Open Source Technologies. If you’re a customer, partner, or just a fan of Percona and what we stand for, we’d love your vote. With Great Power… You know the phrase. We’re leaving it to you and your peers in […]… Read more
By Todd Harris
2021-10-14
Source: Percona
A few weeks ago we did a live stream talking about Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) and showcased some of the fun things we were doing at the OSS Summit.  During the live stream, we tried to enable some custom queries to track the number of comments being added to our movie database example.  We […]… Read more
By Matt Yonkovit
2021-10-14
Source: Percona
We like to think of downtime with a nice cup of coffee, or like my CEO would prefer, an excellent glass of Cabernet Sauvignon – not a hectic event dealing with a failed database. That’s if you’re in Operations or an Architect working on SaaS, eCommerce, Financial Services, Gaming, Healthcare or Telco apps. But in this blog, we’re focusing on end-users of these apps. Everyone has had the unsatisfying experience of a website or application that messes up. Problems can come from anywhere in the software stack, including: User error Bugs in the application software Device issues Network issues Database… Read more
By sara
2021-10-14
As a continuation to my previous blog , I done a work to find the performance improvement using parallel query.Before starting the testing, we will go through the monitoring and query analysis first. Monitoring Aurora Parallel Query stats S:No Parameter Purpose 1 Aurora_pq_request_attempted No of attempt that query tried to use parallel query feature. 2 … Continue reading Aurora MySQL Parallel query Performance and its gains →… Read more
By Praveen GR
2021-10-14
Source: Mydbops
“Keep your database upgraded to the latest version – it’s for your safety” is something you may frequently hear as sound advice and best practice when it comes to database management. On the other hand, upgrading your database can be a time-consuming task. Even a minor version upgrade requires that you thoroughly test the upgrade in a staging environment before upgrading your production setup. So what’s the big deal? If you’re only lagging behind one minor version, it shouldn’t matter, right? Well, it might not…until it does. And are you really prepared to take that kind of risk? Earlier this… Read more
By krzysztof
2021-10-13
Source: SeveralNines
This blog post is the last in the series of articles on migrating databases to Kubernetes with Percona Operators. Two previous posts can be found here: Migrating PostgreSQL to Kubernetes Migration of a MySQL Database to a Kubernetes Cluster Using Asynchronous Replication As you might have guessed already, this time we are going to cover […]… Read more
By Sergey Pronin
2021-10-13
Source: Percona
Often users come to us with incidents of database crashes due to OOM Killer. The Out Of Memory killer terminates PostgreSQL processes and remains the top reason for most of the PostgreSQL database crashes reported to us. There could be multiple reasons why a host machine could run out of memory, and the most common […]… Read more
By Jobin Augustine
2021-10-12
Source: Percona
ProxySQL 2.3.0 was recently released and when I was reading the release notes, I was really impressed with the Group Replication enhancements and features. I thought of experimenting with those things and was interested to write a blog about them. Here, I have focused on the following two topics: When the replication lag threshold is […]… Read more
By Sri Sakthivel
2021-10-12
Source: Percona
It’s release roundup time again here at Percona! Percona is a leading provider of unbiased open source database solutions that allow organizations to easily, securely, and affordably maintain business agility, minimize risks, and stay competitive. Our Release Roundups showcase the latest Percona software updates, tools, and features to help you manage and deploy our software. […]… Read more
By David Quilty
2021-10-11
Source: Percona
Everyone wants performance. Speeding up the insert into empty InnoDB tables and partitions is a common enough use case to optimize. Thirunarayanan Balathandayuthapani from the MariaDB Corporation wrote this improvement to the bulk inserting into InnoDB tables that is available as a preview for testing. … Continue reading "10.7 preview feature: InnoDB Bulk Insert" The post 10.7 preview feature: InnoDB Bulk Insert appeared first on MariaDB.org…. Read more
By Daniel Black
2021-10-09