MySQL Engineering Blogs
MySQL InnoDB Cluster – Real-World Cluster Tutorial for OEL, Fedora, RHEL and CentOS
In this tutorial, we are going to guide you through the process of preparing and configuring RPM based distributions, such as OEL, Fedora or CentOS, for InnoDB cluster usage. We will address the steps from the initial configurations, to the cluster creation, and finally the MySQL Router...
MySQL InnoDB Cluster – Real-World Cluster Tutorial for Ubuntu and Debian
In this tutorial, we are going to guide you through the whole process of configuring Debian based distributions for InnoDB cluster usage; the most popular being Ubuntu. We will address the steps from the initial configurations, to the cluster creation, and finally the MySQL Router configuration to...
MySQL InnoDB Cluster – Preparing a Linux VM for a Real-World Cluster
In this tutorial, we are going to guide you through the process of preparing and configuring an Ubuntu mini host for InnoDB cluster usage. To create a cluster with tolerance to one failure, we need three instances. So we’re going to create and configure a Virtual Machine and clone it two...
MySQL InnoDB Cluster – Setting up a Real-World Cluster
Nowadays, it’s very important to have a high availability solution that gives you serenity and security for your data. The task of ensuring your data will always be available is a challenging one, that not everyone wants to do because it demands a lot of knowledge about tools,...
MySQL InnoDB Cluster – What’s New in the Release Candidate
We carefully listened to the feedback we got from the last preview release and incorporated many of the suggested changes. On top of that, we have fixed several bugs and extended existing functionalities. Here are the highlights of this release! MySQL Shell / X AdminAPI We keep aiming at the goal...
MySQL InnoDB Cluster – Release Candidate Discussion
You might already have seen the announcement of the MySQL InnoDB Cluster Release Candidate (RC), available for download from our MySQL APT (Ubuntu, Debian) and YUM (Redhat, OEL, Fedora) repositories and from dev.mysql.com. As usual, this releases contains the following three...
New collations in MySQL 8.0.0
Since MySQL 5.5, MySQL has supported the utf8mb4 character set. With the character-set defining the repertoire of characters that can be stored (utf8mb4 can present Unicode characters from U+0000 to U+10FFFF), a collation defines how sorting order and comparisons should behave.…
MySQL Cluster Manager 1.4.2 released!
MySQL Cluster Manager 1.4.2 is now available for download from My Oracle Support. In this blog post we will highlight some of the details of the MCM 1.4.2 release. Progress reporting First, some eye candy. With MCM 1.4.2 we added simple progress reporting.…
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