This week, Giuseppe Maxia joins us as a special guest and we complete our 2-part series on what we always put in our configuration files, and why.
Part 1 in the series.
Sheeri's article about this issue is FLUSH HOSTS, aborted connections, and max_connect_errors.
Domas Mituzas' query cache tuning guide
The MySQL manual explains Error 24, when there are not enough file descriptors.
clear with \c
Where you can see us
On Thursday, April 7, 2011 at 6:30 PM Giuseppe will speak at the San Francisco MySQL User Group about "Advanced Replication for the Masses". The topic will cover how to do advanced replication tasks not possible with the standard MySQL build, such as allowing a slave to have more than one master and having a multi-threaded process to apply SQL statements to the slave.
Sheeri will be at Collaborate in Orlando, Florida from Sunday April 10th through Thursday April 14th. She is organizing the Community dinner, eastern US edition on Sunday April 10th at 5 pm at Maggiano's Little Italy near the Convention Center.
Sarah will be at the O'Reilly MySQL Conference in Santa Clara, California from Monday, April 11th through Thursday April 14th, including the community dinner, western US edition on Monday April 11th at 7 pm at Pedro's.
Sheeri will be speaking about monitoring MySQL efficiently with Nagios at the Professional IT Community Conference, otherwise known as PICC, in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The conference is Friday, April 29 – Saturday April 30, 2011.
Sheeri will be at OpenDBCamp, Fri May 6th - Sun May 8th in Sardinia, Italy.