Tag: MySQL

IHME Believes Open Source MariaDB ColumnStore Is The Future of…

Note: This is a guest post by Andrew Ernst, Assistant Director, Infrastructure at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation.  In the early 1990s, the World Bank Commissioned an in-depth study…

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A Look Inside MariaDB ColumnStore 1.0.6 GA

Today, MariaDB ColumnStore has reached a major milestone – MariaDB ColumnStore 1.0 is now GA with the release of MariaDB ColumnStore 1.0.6 GA. The journey of MariaDB ColumnStore began in…

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Facebook MyRocks at MariaDB

Recently my colleague Rasmus Johansson announced that MariaDB is adding support for the Facebook MyRocks storage engine. Today I’m going to share a bit more on what that means for…

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Using the MariaDB Audit Plugin with MySQL

The MariaDB audit plugin is an audit plugin that is bundled with MariaDB server. However, even though it is bundled with MariaDB, the plugin is actually compatible with MySQL as…

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Update on Security Vulnerabilities CVE-2016-6663 and CVE-2016-6664 Related to MariaDB…

The details about two vulnerabilities affecting MariaDB (and MySQL) have been published. The two vulnerabilities are: CVE-2016-6663, Privilege Escalation / Race Condition (also referred to as CVE-2016-5616) CVE-2016-6664, Root Privilege…

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Invitation to Join MariaDB ColumnStore 1.0.4 Beta!

Today, MariaDB ColumnStore, MariaDB’s distributed columnar storage engine for analytics workload, is reaching its next major milestone – the availability of MariaDB ColumnStore 1.0.4 Beta software release. MariaDB ColumnStore 1.0.4 is built by…

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Getting to Know MariaDB ColumnStore

With the recent announcement of MariaDB ColumnStore, we get many questions on the architecture and functionality of MariaDB ColumnStore. This blog post describes the architecture of MariaDB ColumnStore. MariaDB ColumnStore is…

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Does InnoDB page size matter?

From MariaDB 10.1 there is a feature where the InnoDB page size can be configured to be larger than the default 16K for normal, uncompressed tables. However, there has been…

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Query Classification and Pluggable Parser

From the very beginning, a central feature of MariaDB MaxScale has been its ability to understand the SQL statements that flow through it. For that purpose, MaxScale is equipped with…

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Webinar – Defending Your Database

Today’s IT infrastructure is vulnerable to a range of attacks and threats. How do you safeguard your database against them? By learning and using best practices, and choosing a database with…

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