MySQL Engineering Blogs
The connection_control plugin : Keeping brute force attack in check
To quote book of all knowledge:In cryptography, a brute-force attack consists of an attacker trying many passwords or passphrases with the hope of eventually guessing correctly. The attacker systematically checks all possible passwords and passphrases until the correct one is found.…
MySQL 8.0: New Lock free, scalable WAL design
The Write Ahead Log (WAL) is one of the most important components of a database. All the changes to data files are logged in the WAL (called the redo log in InnoDB). This allows to postpone the moment when the modified pages are flushed to disk, still protecting from data losses.…
Setting up NDB cluster connection pooling with MySQL Cluster Manager
Cluster connection pooling The new MySQL Cluster 7.6 GA supports NDB connection pooling – using multiple NDBAPI connections from a single mysqld to NDB – to allow increased concurrency and throughput. Cluster connection pooling has been supported in MySQL Cluster for quite a...
MySQL 8.0: Optimizing Small Partial Update of LOB in InnoDB
In this article I will explain the partial update optimizations for smaller (LOBs) in InnoDB. Small here qualifies the size of the modification and not the size of the LOB. For some background information about the partial update feature, kindly go through our previous posts on this (here, here...
INPLACE upgrade from MySQL 5.7 to MySQL 8.0
MySQL 8.0 General Availability was announced in April and it comes with a host of new features. The overview about the new features and improvements made in MySQL 8.0 can be found in the following blog. The server can be upgraded by performing either an INPLACE upgrade or LOGICAL upgrade. …
Where you can find MySQL in June
As follow up to the previous message posted on June 4, 2018 please find below the shows where you can find MySQL during June this year: DataOps in June 21-22, 2018 in Barcelona, Spain MySQL is a Community sponsor of this event where our colleague Fred Descamps, the MySQL Community...
Using –login-path with MySQL Cluster Manager
Protective convenience Recent versions of MySQL has an added security feature, the –login-path option. This feature puts your username and password in an encrypted file, and you refer clients to this file instead of typing plain text passwords on the console, or putting them in...
Busy week for MySQL - where you can find us!
This week is going to be a bit busy for MySQL team. We are going to be present at four conferences in Europe and two in the US. Please find them below: International PHP Conference, Berlin Germany, June 4-8, 2018 This time we are going to have a booth on the Bronze level in the expo...
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