Consistency during reads have been a small concern from the adopters of MySQL InnoDB Cluster (see this post and this one). This is why MySQL supports now (since 8.0.14) a new consistency model to avoid such situation when needed. Nuno Carvalho and Aníbal Pinto already posted a blog series I highly encourage you to read: Group Replication – Consistency Levels … Read More
The Oracle Open World 2019 Call For Paper is open until March 13th. MySQL track will be part of CodeONE, the parallel conference focused on developers. We encourage you to submit a session related to the following topics: case studies / user stories of your MySQL usage lessons learned in running web scale MySQL production DBA/devops perspectives into MySQL Architecture, … Read More
Last week I presented the following session at the pre-FOSDEM MySQL Day: The audience seemed very interested on how the MySQL Shell can be extended. During the presentation I showed how I extended the MySQL Shell with two new modules in Python: mydba innotop Both projects are on github and are waiting for ideas, feature requests, pull requests, … Here … Read More
MySQL InnoDB is more and more popular. The adoption of it is even faster than I expected. Recently, during my travel in Stockholm, Sweden, a customer asked me what was the best practice to backup a cluster.
I already covered some information related to users password recently (see this post and this one). Today, let’s have a look at the password management features available in MySQL 8.0.