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Five things you must know about parallel replication in MariaDB 10.x

When MariaDB 10.0 was launched as GA in 2014 it introduced a major feature: Parallel Replication. Parallel Replication is a fantastic addition to the long list of new MariaDB features,…

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Greater Developer Automation and Efficiency with MariaDB Enterprise Summer 2015

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…

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MariaDB with Galera available on the IBM Power8 platform

It was a very long time since I wrote something in this blob, but I have been very busy this spring with MariaDB on Power. This has been a lot…

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Protect Your Data: Row-level Security in MariaDB 10.0

Most MariaDB users are probably aware of the privilege system available in MariaDB and MySQL. Privileges control what databases, tables, columns, procedures, and functions a particular user account can access.…

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Optimizing Out-of-order Parallel Replication with MariaDB 10.0

Out-of-order parallel replication is a great feature in MariaDB 10.0 that improves replication performance by committing independent transactions in parallel on a slave. If slave_parallel_threads is greater than 0, then…

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Query and Password Filtering with the MariaDB Audit Plugin

The MariaDB Audit Plugin has been included in MariaDB Server by default since version 5.5.37 and 10.0.9. It’s also pre-loaded in MariaDB Enterprise. The Audit Plugin as of version 1.2.0…

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Information on the SSL connection vulnerability of MySQL and MariaDB

Last week, an SSL connection security vulnerability was reported for MySQL and MariaDB. The vulnerability states that since MariaDB and MySQL do not enforce SSL when SSL support is enabled,…

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LinuxFest Northwest was HUGE this year!

This weekend Team MariaDB attended the 15th annual LinuxFest Northwest. This event has been growing every year, but this year it crossed over to become a HUGE event. There were…

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Configuring PAM Authentication and User Mapping with MariaDB

Author’s note: For the most up-to-date directions on setting up PAM authentication and user or group mapping with MariaDB, please see the relevant MariaDB documentation page. User accounts in MariaDB…

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Connecting to MariaDB through an SSH Tunnel

When you want to connect a client to a database server through an insecure network, there are two main choices: use SSL or use an SSH tunnel. Although SSL often…

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