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Better Parallel Replication for MariaDB and MySQL

Parallel replication is a much-expected feature of MySQL. It’s available in MariaDB 10.0 and in MySQL 5.7. Yet, both lose efficiency when replicating through intermediate masters. In this post, we’ll…

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Using pt-table-checksum with MariaDB Galera

A rapidly increasing number of large, high traffic sites are using MariaDB Galera for their database needs. This makes sense since it works so well. Administrators will connect asynchronous slaves…

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Improving your MariaDB Back-Up Plan

Every organization needs a good database back-up plan, to include plans for data restoration. Such a plan should include, of course making proper back-ups and doing in a way that…

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Team MariaDB looking forward to Percona Live MySQL Conference and Expo

The Percona Live MySQL Conference and Expo is coming up quickly and Team MariaDB is ready for another great event. This year our team has eight talks and tutorials and…

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Team MariaDB is back from SCALE13X – This show keeps getting bigger and better

Members of Team MariaDB have now all made it home from SCALE13X, held in LA. This year we had three talks. Max, talked about Advanced Query Routing and Proxying with…

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MariaDB Europe Roadshow 2015 starts next week

Team MariaDB is touring across several European regions again with the theme “Scaling at its Best!”. Beside product pitches our technical experts will help you understand how to take advantage…

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SCALE13X – My thoughts on another great year

I can’t remember how many SCALE’s I’ve had the pleasure of speaking at, but the events keep on getting bigger and better (I think SCALE might have even outgrown the…

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It is event season for again for MariaDB: Where will we see you next?

The conference season has begun for us here at MariaDB. It seems like the almost all linux and MySQL shows are in the next four months. This is the time…

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MariaDB DevOps: Installing MariaDB with SaltStack

I have been thinking about how I could streamline my deployment and configuration of MariaDB with salt for a while now. When I decided to give it a shot, I…

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One More Possible Reason for ERROR 1959 (OP000) Invalid role specification

I ran into this error today while working with ROLES, bundled privileges for a group of users (a nice addition in MariaDB 10.0): ERROR 1959 (OP000) Invalid role specification The…

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