We are pleased to announce that MaxScale 1.4.1 is now available for download!
We are pleased to announce that MaxScale 1.4.0 Beta is now available for download!
In database setups with a large number of users reading data, the Binlog Server can be used to offload traffic to the Master, make Master failover easier to handle and in general simplify replication. In this blog I will describe the benefits of Binlog Server and how to set up MaxScale as a Binlog Server.
We are pleased to announce that MaxScale 1.3.0 beta is now open for the community. Read our blog regarding the latest new features, and where to find the release notes.
Having written the Building MaxScale from source on Centos7 tutorial, we have received requests about writing one for Ubuntu. It seems the most mentioned version is the 14.04 LTS version so we’re going to go with that. For the purpose of this tutorial, I’ve installed a fresh installation of Ubuntu 14.04.3 LTS (Trusty Tahr) on a VM.
MaxScale is a bit more complicated to build on Ubuntu and Debian, but should still be something almost everyone can do.
We’ve gotten a few questions on detailed installation tutorials for specific systems. So I decided to write one for CentOS 7 which is a pretty common OS. For this I’m using a fresh installation of CentOS 7 on a virtual machine.
In this blog we look at how MaxScale helps minimize database access down time for client applications. Following our partner Severalnines’ recent announcement we want to inform the MariaDB community know that there is an automation and management platform available to them, ClusterControl, that will help them deploy and manage MaxScale for MariaDB (which in turn also helps minimize downtime).
Parallel replication is a much-expected feature of MySQL. It is available in MariaDB 10.0 and in MySQL 5.7. In this 3rd post of the series, we present benchmark results from Booking.com production environments.
Note: Replication Manager is developed and maintained by community members. It can be used with MariaDB Server, but it is not supported with an enterprise subscription.
MaxScale 1.2.0 and above can call external scripts on monitor events. In the case of a classic Master-Slave setup, this can be used for automatic failover and promotion using Replication Manager. The following use case is exposed using three MariaDB servers (one master, two slaves) and a MaxScale server.
In the last two releases of MariaDB Enterprise, we have provided enhanced performance with the introduction of certified MariaDB binaries for POWER8 and optimized binaries for the x86 platform. This Summer we make it more efficient and automated for developers and DBAs to use our high performance MariaDB binaries.