This week we interview Luis Soares about multi-source replication. Ear Candy is about memory allocation with FEDERATED and FEDERATEDX storage engines, and At the Movies is about increasing performance by archiving data.
Actually, this is episode 156, sorry about the error in the title!
This week we interview Mats Kindahl, a MySQL Senior Principal Software Engineer, about the open source Fabric framework for transaction-safe, semi-automatic sharding and high availability. Because we recorded this during the MySQL Connect conference there is no Ear Candy, nor At the Movies.
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This week we continue our series exploring the MySQL Utilities. Ear Candy is using the performance schema to find out which accounts fail to properly close connections, and At the Movies has a video about databases and determinism.
This week we continue our series on MySQL Utilities, talking about replication and failover tools. Ear Candy is a gotcha with poor GRANT syntax that MySQL does not give warnings about, and At the Movies is an open forum from the SkySQL Solutions Day a few months ago.
This week we continue our series on the MySQL Utilities. In this week's Ear Candy, we talk about a path problem installing MySQL Utilities on Ubuntu, and At the Movies is a preview of the SkySQL data suite.
This week we start talking about the Python MySQL Utilities. Ear Candy is a pitfall when importing a mysqldump export and At the Movies is "Deploying MySQL in AWS and OpenStack" by Mark Riddoch of SkySQL.
This week we continue our interview with Noam Kritzer of Bakos & Kritzer, talking about patent case law and patent trolls. Ear Candy is temporary table ghost files, and At the Movies is Manipulating JSON with MariaDB and MySQL.