“The MySQL to be explored ” this is what i felt when i worked with it, and just going to share my experience with Aurora . Recently we had an call for MySQL Consulting from one of the famous fantasy gaming site in India, stating that “Database (MySQL) is our bottleneck”, they want it to be … More Aurora – The MySQL to be explored
At MYDBOPS we have ventured into MongoDB recently. We have been exploring it deeply from Jan-2017. In most cases we see MongoDB and MySQL exists together as a part of DB Infra. We have been engaged as part of open source migration for a biggest retail in US.It involves MongoDB and MySQL as a datastore. … More MongoDB Index Usage Analysis
In this blog we are going to view about a new feature in latest release MySQL 8.0.1 for MySQL Replication . It is binlog_expire_logs_seconds. Previously we can set the expire logs for binlogs in number of days. By using the new feature (binlog_expire_logs_seconds) we can see set the expire time into number of seconds. The … More Binlog expiry now in seconds (MySQL 8.0)
In this blog we are going to explore about innodb tablespace encryption technique, which will be useful for securing data. In MySQL 5.7, a new feature “Innodb Tablespace Encryption“has been added to protect the data at rest. This is a most awaited feature in security. This encryption supports all file per table tablespaces and it … More MySQL Tablespace Encryption ( TDE )
Optimiser is the brain of the RDBMS. Optimiser decides the right access method , algorithms , join order and right index to be used for better execution of the query. This blog is made to shed some lights on Cost based optimiser in MySQL 5.7. The cost or statistics are stored in the data dictionary … More Cost-based Optimization in MySQL 5.7
In this blog we are going to share my recent experience with an issue which we faced during migration between two Ubuntu servers. The activity was pretty simple, the client had bought a new machine with enhanced memory and faster disk, so the data has to be transferred to the new server and live MySQL replication … More InnoDB and Linux mount point.
In this post, We’re going share the details about Operation and Administration part of the MaxScale. To view Installation and Configuration of MaxScale checkout our previous blog. Before going through this week’s topic, I would highlight some recent change at MaxScale has went through. From Version 2.0, MaxScale license changed from GPLv2 to MariaDB BSL. MariaDB … More Scale With MaxScale – Part 2
We had faced a weird error for one of our client under Emergency MySQL Support, it was a slave server. Client stated that whenever he tries to Start the replication it goes of loop of restarts. We had a sharing session with the client, At first we intended to rebuild the slave with a fresh … More InnoDB ‘Linux aio’ returned OS error 0. Cannot continue operation.
In this post, I ‘ m going to cover my recent encounter with MaxScale. We had to help one of our client to load balance and split read / writes on their 3 node Percona XtraDB Cluster (PXC). List of available options were HaProxy MaxScale ProxySQL Implementation of HaProxy is ruled out as It’s doesn’t … More Scale With MaxScale – Part 1
Recently we got paged by CPU spikes on one of our clients slave MySQL ( MariaDB ) server under MyDBOPS Remote DBA Team Support. Our MySQL Engineers started analysing the root cause of the issues and resolved it. This blog provides an overview of the troubleshooting and fix proposed. System Summary : Database server : 10.1.10-MariaDB-log … More Estimating records in index range and CPU Spike (MariaDB)