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MariaDB is pleased to announce the immediate availability of MariaDB Connector/C 3.3.4 and 3.1.20. Download Now Release Notes and Changelog … Continued… Read more
By Daniel Bartholomew
2023-02-07
FromDual has the pleasure to announce the release of the new version 1.2.1 of its popular FromDual Ops Center focmm, a Graphical User Interface (GUI) for MariaDB, MySQL and compatible databases. The FromDual Ops Center for MariaDB and MySQL (focmm) helps DBA's and System Administrators to better manage their MariaDB and MySQL databases and Galera Cluster farms. Ops Center makes DBA and Admins life easier! The main task of Ops Center is to support you in your daily MariaDB and MySQL operation tasks. More information about FromDual Ops Center you can find under General Information. Download The new FromDual Ops… Read more
By Shinguz
2023-02-07
Source: Oli Sennhauser
FromDual has the pleasure to announce the release of the new version 1.2.1 of its popular FromDual Ops Center focmm, a Graphical User Interface (GUI) for MariaDB, MySQL and compatible databases. The FromDual Ops Center for MariaDB and MySQL (focmm) helps DBA's and System Administrators to better manage their MariaDB and MySQL databases and Galera Cluster farms. Ops Center makes DBA and Admins life easier! The main task of Ops Center is to support you in your daily MariaDB and MySQL operation tasks. More information about FromDual Ops Center you can find under General Information. Download The new FromDual Ops… Read more
2023-02-07
Source: FromDual
The MariaDB Foundation is pleased to announce the availability of MariaDB 10.10.3, MariaDB 10.9.5, MariaDB 10.8.7 and MariaDB 10.7.8, the latest Generally Available releases in their respective short-term series (maintained for one year from their first GA release dates), as well as MariaDB 10.6.12, MariaDB 10.5.19, MariaDB 10.4.28 and MariaDB 10.3.38, the latest stable releases in their respective long-term series (maintained for five years). … Continue reading "MariaDB 10.10.3, 10.9.5, 10.8.7, 10.7.8, 10.6.12, 10.5.19, 10.4.28 and 10.3.38 now available" The post MariaDB 10.10.3, 10.9.5, 10.8.7, 10.7.8, 10.6.12, 10.5.19, 10.4.28 and 10.3.38 now available appeared first on MariaDB.org…. Read more
By Ian Gilfillan
2023-02-06
MariaDB is pleased to announce the immediate availability of MariaDB Community Server 10.10.3, 10.9.5, 10.8.7, 10.7.8, 10.6.12, 10.5.19, 10.4.28, and … Continued… Read more
By Daniel Bartholomew
2023-02-06
As mentioned in the previous batch of release notes (e.g. 10.6.11), our Yum/DNF/Zypper repositories for Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Centos, Fedora, openSUSE and SUSE will, from our next set of releases, be migrated to being signed with a new  … Continue reading "New GPG Release Key for RPMs" The post New GPG Release Key for RPMs appeared first on MariaDB.org…. Read more
By Anel Husakovic
2023-02-04
MariaDB is at FOSDEM 2023, and it’s great to be back for the in-person event in Brussels for the first time since 2020. … Continue reading "MariaDB at FOSDEM 2023" The post MariaDB at FOSDEM 2023 appeared first on MariaDB.org…. Read more
By Ian Gilfillan
2023-02-03
While MySQL and MariaDB have roots in Finland, I trust that most of you are not paying too much attention to the news coming from Finland, naturally unless it is our young lady Prime Minister dancing… Helsingin Sanomat (HS.fi), the largest daily newspaper in Finland, had recently pretty provocative news about MariaDB: "Suomalainen ohjelmistoyritys MariaDB meni New Yorkin pörssiin – Seurauksena oli täyskatastrofi ja nyt yhtiön rahat ovat lopussa". A rough translation is that “Finnish software company MariaDB listed in New York Stock Exchange — Resulting in grand catastrophe and running out of money.” I do not have close information… Read more
By eero
2023-02-03
This revisits my previous work to understand the impact of compilers and optimizer flags on the performance of RocksDB microbenchmarks. Benchmarks were run on Arm and x86 servers on both AWS and GCP using db_bench from RocksDB and benchHash from xxHash.tl;drWhy won't AWS tell us whether Graviton3 is Neoverse N1 or N2Much time will be spent figuring out which compiler flags to use for Armclang on x86 has a known problem with crc32cGood advice appears to be use -march=native on x86 and -mcpu=native on Arm. I don't have a strong opinion on -O2 vs -O3Relative to x86, Arm does worse… Read more
By Mark Callaghan
2023-02-03
Source: Small Datum
Database security is crucial to protecting sensitive information stored in a database. A critical aspect is authentication, which refers to verifying the identity of a user trying to access the database. The authentication process is typically accomplished through usernames and passwords and includes other factors such as security tokens and one-time passwords. Database Administrators (DBAs) […]… Read more
By Ibrar Ahmed
2023-02-02
Source: Percona
These days, the typical PostgreSQL cluster consists not only of a multi-node replication cluster, which is ordinarily an asynchronous streaming replication model but can sometimes include a logical replication component.     Recall that logical replication works by using the PUB/SUB mode, where individual tables are published and are then subscribed by remotely connected databases/tables. […]… Read more
By Robert Bernier
2023-02-02
Source: Percona
PostgreSQL is a fantastic database, but if you’re storing images, video, audio files, or other large data objects, you need to “toast” them to get optimal performance. This post will look at using The Oversized-Attribute Storage Technique (TOAST) to improve performance and scalability.  PostgreSQL uses fixed-sized pages, which makes it challenging to store huge data […]… Read more
By Ibrar Ahmed
2023-02-01
Source: Percona
The PostgreSQL community always adds new features in its release every year. One of the prominent features is the Predefined Role which was introduced in PostgreSQL 9.6 with a single role available. Now it is having more than 10 predefined roles. A predefined role is a built-in role that provided access to commonly needed information. … Continue reading Overview of Predefined Roles in PostgreSQL →… Read more
By Aakash Muthuramalingam
2023-02-01
Source: Mydbops
We are pleased to announce that Tungsten Dashboard GA Version 1.0.13 is now available for customers to download! Tungsten Dashboard v1.0.13 is a bugfix release to correct a regression in the auto-define feature. Here is the change: Fixed an auto-configure regression bug for composite clusters We invite you to visit the Tungsten Dashboard v1.0.13 Release Notes: Tungsten Dashboard v1.0.13 Release Notes. Learn more about Tungsten Dashboard here: Tungsten Dashboard Page. Tungsten Dashboard is included with Tungsten Clustering for customers to download for free. Dashboard is a web-based UI for monitoring and managing Tungsten Clustering deployments. We provide Tungsten Dashboard in… Read more
By Continuent Team
2023-02-01
How on earth does Continuent maintain a less than three (3) minute Average Response Time for Urgent Support Requests? When was the last time you had an Urgent Support Request related to your MySQL HA/DR/Geo-scale deployment? And did you pay attention to how fast your provider could reply to you? For most of Continuent customers, the answer to Question#1 is: “It has been for a while.” We get an average total of 36 Urgent Support Requests per year. This is one Urgent Request every ten (10) days or so. As you can imagine, this is a minimal number of Urgent… Read more
By eero
2023-01-31