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MySQL Multi-Master - Single-Slave - Replication

MySQL provides its replication for High Availability (HA) and for read Scale-out. Generally it is known that in a MySQL replication you can only replicate from one Master to many slaves. In this paper it is shown how a set-up can look like to replicate from two masters to one slave.

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Profiling MySQL with oprofile

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Probably the answer to this question is already known. But we want to prove it and by the way learn to deal with MySQL and oprofile.

Materialized Views (MV) with MySQL

Materialised View (MV) is the pre-calculated (materialised) result of a query. Unlike a simple VIEW the result of a Materialised View is stored somewhere, generally in a table. Materialised Views are used when immediate response is needed and the query where the Materialised View bases on would take to long to produce a result. Materialised Views have to be refreshed once in a while. It depends on the requirements how often a Materialised View is refreshed and how actual its content is.

Some more benchmarks added

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We have added some more database benchmarks to our collection.

More details you can find on our Benchmarking page.

MySQL storage engines

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One of the big advantages of MySQL is its concept of pluggable Storage Engines (SE). This means you can choose the most optimal storage engine for your needs. This also has a disadvantage: You have to know what you are doing...

More details you can find here: MySQL pluggable Storage Engines (SE).

Stealthy migrating MySQL tables and MySQL data access interfaces using enlarged updateable VIEW functionality

Applications occasionally require redesign. However, redesigning an application cannot be done in one step because the application is distributed or several versions of applications must be supported. MySQL 5.0 provides the necessary means to stealthy migrate your data. In a short overview let's look at what we plan to do: Stealthy Migration (PDF 98.7 kByte).

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