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SkySQL offers a dedicated observability portal, SkySQL Monitoring, which serves as a single pane of glass for the customer’s performance metrics across all clouds…. Read more
By Ivan Zlatoustov
2021-03-02
In November of 2020, we announced that in early 2021 Percona was slated to release a version of Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) v2 that would include all of the critical functionality users of PMM v1 have come to know and love over the years. In our initial blog, we also addressed some of the […]… Read more
By Diana Muina
2021-03-02
Source: Percona
We’re happy to announce the General Availability of MariaDB SkySQL for Transactions on AWS in addition to GCP…. Read more
By Saravana Krishnamurthy
2021-03-01
Introducing the MariaDB Community Room Good news: At Percona Live Wed-Thu 12-13 May 2021, there will be a separate track for MariaDB. It’s called the MariaDB Community Room. […] The post Percona Live Online – MariaDB Call for Papers appeared first on MariaDB.org…. Read more
By Kaj Arnö
2021-03-01
In a previous post I mentioned how to build a Xilinx programmer using a Raspberry Pi Zero for their basic XC9500XL CPLD range. This has worked great on some projects. But I’ve had a few issues with it so I decided to upgrade my programmer. This outlines why and what I use now. The Problems […]… Read more
By LinuxJedi
2021-03-01
It’s release roundup time again here at Percona! Our Release Roundups showcase the latest Percona software updates, tools, and features to help you manage and deploy our software. It offers highlights and critical information, as well as links to the full release notes and direct links to the software or service itself to download. Today’s […]… Read more
By David Quilty
2021-03-01
Source: Percona
March 1, 2016, was my first day of working for MariaDB Corporation. It means that I worked for them full 5 years in a row! It's the longest period I've ever spent working in the same company. I worked for more than 7 years in MySQL Bugs Verification team of MySQL Support, but formally it was for 3 different companies over that period, MySQL AB, Sun and Oracle. So tonight, after 2 weekend on-call shifts in a row I want to summarize what I lost over that 5 years and what I won.I never planned to leave Percona after just… Read more
2021-02-28
I mostly edit my Verilog files for basic Xilinx CPLD devices in vim, so it is a pain to launch the entire Xilinx IDE just to compile the thing. After doing a bit of research I managed to figure out how to compile from the command line too. You need three things to make this […]… Read more
By LinuxJedi
2021-02-28
For a while I was using GCC as a cross-compiler to write software for Amigas. This was familiar territory for me having used GCC for Linux applications for many years. Unfortunately I hit a very strange bug which appears to be something to do with the compiler output. So I decided it was time for […]… Read more
By LinuxJedi
2021-02-27
Yes, this post is about connection queueing, not just pooling. Because “connection pooling” – pre-created connections as a pool – is a much-celebrated feature. Almost every discussion on connection pool/pgBouncer starts with the overhead of establishing a new connection to PostgreSQL… and how pre-created connections in the pool can save the world. But there is […]… Read more
By Jobin Augustine
2021-02-26
Source: Percona
Join Rick Vasquez, Percona Technical Expert, as he discusses the pros and cons of moving your database to the cloud. Flexibility, performance, and cost management are three things that make cloud database environments an easy choice for many businesses. If you are thinking of moving your database to the cloud you need to know the […]… Read more
By David Quilty
2021-02-26
Source: Percona
We see quite often customers complaining that their Galera Cluster is not stable and "crashes" from time to time. As always one has to investigate before rating. What comes out quite often is that the customer (or better their developers) are running huge transactions. In general transactional database do NOT like huge transactions because of various reasons (MVCC, ROLLBACK, UNDO, Locking etc.). They can do it. But they are not quite good in doing it and they do not like it. Instead you should better do many smaller transactions which you can run in parallel to keep the throughput. But:… Read more
2021-02-26
Source: FromDual
MySQL Shell is the advanced MySQL client, which has many excellent features. In this blog, I am going to explain the MySQL shell commands “show” and “watch”. Both commands are very useful to monitor the MySQL process. It provides more insights into the foreground and background threads as well.  Overview “show” and “watch” are the […]… Read more
By Sri Sakthivel
2021-02-25
Source: Percona
Here at Percona, we operate on the premise that full-transparency makes a product better. We strive to build the best open-source database products, but also to help you manage any issues that arise in any of the databases that we support. And, in true open-source form, report back on any issues or bugs you might […]… Read more
By Lalit Choudhary
2021-02-25
Source: Percona
The Problem HELP, HELP! My Percona XtraDB Cluster version: 5.7.31-31. Single Node is stuck in a joined state. I recently had the privilege to help a client with a fascinating issue. NODE-B dropped out of the 3 node PXC cluster. It looked to be DISK IO that caused NODE-B to fall far behind and eventually […] The post How To Speed Up Re-sync of Dropped Percona XtraDB Cluster Node appeared first on Percona Community Blog…. Read more
By Wayne Leutwyler
2021-02-25