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  • Ubuntu 12.04: Unable to add or delete a user named 'mysql'

    - by Afaque H
    I am trying to install MySql on Ubuntu 12.04 but the installation is failing with the error: "Can't change to run as user 'mysql'. Check if the user 'mysql' exits." So I go ahead type in the command : 'cat /etc/passwd | grep mysql' and result is null. I try to add a user 'mysql' by issuing the command 'useradd mysql'/. But it fails with the message: 'useradd: user 'mysql' already exists'. When I try to delete the user 'mysql' using the command 'userdel mysql' it also fails with the message "userdel: cannot remove entry 'mysql' from /etc/passwd." Can anyone explain me what's going on and suggest a solution.

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  • MySQL 5 multiple JOIN syntax not working in MySQL 4

    - by draco
    Hello all, the current SQL query works fine locally on MAMP 1.8.4 running MySQL 5.1.37. SELECT EL.log_actions, EL.log_date, EL.log_value, EL.log_type, EA.admins_name, EU.users_name, EU.users_matric FROM events_log EL JOIN events_users EU USING (users_id) JOIN events_admins EA USING (admins_id) ORDER BY EL.log_id DESC LIMIT 0, 10 However, when I bring this query live to production server which is running MySQL 4.1.22-standard, the following error occurred (whether or not there are data in the entry). A Database Error Occurred Error Number: 1054 Unknown column 'sceclub_exclaim2007.EU.admins_id' in 'on clause' SELECT EL.log_actions, EL.log_date, EL.log_value, EL.log_type, EA.admins_name, EU.users_name, EU.users_matric FROM events_log EL JOIN events_users EU USING (users_id) JOIN events_admins EA USING (admins_id) ORDER BY EL.log_id DESC LIMIT 0, 20 This is based on CodeIgniter 1.7.2 and both production and development are running the same set of database. Database tables events_users: users_id users_name users_credits users_matric users_redeem events_admins: admins_id admins_email admins_name admins_pass admins_date admins_modified admins_last_login events_attendance: attendance_id users_id events_id events_events: events_id events_name events_venue events_time events_desc events_pass events_log:log_id admins_id log_actions log_date log_value users_id log_type I'm new to MySQL so I'm not aware of any difference in versions or what could be a possible cause, thank you in advance! Tried googling for MySQL4 difference to no avail too. Also tried using SELECT EL.log_actions, EL.log_date, EL.log_value, EL.log_type, EA.admins_name, EU.users_name, EU.users_matric FROM events_log EL JOIN events_users EU where EL.users_id = EU.users_id JOIN events_admins EA USING EL.admins_id = EA.admins_id ORDER BY EL.log_id DESC LIMIT 0, 10 But then I got the error in both production and development. A Database Error Occurred Error Number: 1064 You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'JOIN events_admins EA USING EL.admins_id = EA.admins_id ORDER BY' at line 8 SELECT EL.log_actions, EL.log_date, EL.log_value, EL.log_type, EA.admins_name, EU.users_name, EU.users_matric FROM events_log EL JOIN events_users EU where EL.users_id = EU.users_id JOIN events_admins EA USING EL.admins_id = EA.admins_id ORDER BY EL.log_id DESC LIMIT 0, 20 If you can point me to some resources where I can read up more on MySQL 4 syntax to achieve the same thing effect like I did with MySQL 5 syntax, please let me know. Thanks again!

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  • MySQL query returns different set of results on two identical databases

    - by 1nsane
    I exported a live MySQL database (running mysql 5.0.45) to a local copy (running mysql 5.1.33) with no errors upon import. There is a view in the database, that when executed locally, returns a different set of data than when executed remotely. It's returning 32 results instead of 63. When I execute the raw sql, the same problem occurs. I've inspected the data in all tables being joined, and the counts are the same. The query is simple and has no where conditions - but about 10 joins. Aside from the differences in mysql versions... I can't find any reason that this query would return different results between databases... since they are effectively exact copies. Has anyone experienced a problem like this before?

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  • how can i log in to MySQL

    - by yang
    I am new to ubuntu and installed MySQL use a rpm file, and started it use sudo start mysql, when i try mysqladmin -u root password test I get mysqladmin: connect to server at 'localhost' failed error: 'Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' (2)' Check that mysqld is running and that the socket: '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' exists! I checked the mysqld folder and there is nothing what can i do the next? Thanks for your answers

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  • Interview with Ronald Bradford about MySQL Connect

    - by Keith Larson
    Ronald Bradford,  an Oracle ACE Director has been busy working with  database consulting, book writing (EffectiveMySQL) while traveling and speaking around the world in support of MySQL. I was able to take some of his time to get an interview on this thoughts about theMySQL Connect conference. Keith Larson: What where your thoughts when you heard that Oracle was going to provide the community the MySQL Conference ?Ronald Bradford: Oracle has already been providing various different local community events including OTN Tech Days and  MySQL community days. These are great for local regions both in the US and abroad.  In previous years there has been an increase of content at Oracle Open World, however that benefits the Oracle community far more then the MySQL community.  It is good to see that Oracle is realizing the benefit in providing a large scale dedicated event for the MySQL community that includes speakers from the MySQL development teams, invested companies in the ecosystem and other community evangelists.I fully expect a successful event and look forward to hopefully seeing MySQL Connect at the upcoming Brazil and Japan OOW conferences and perhaps an event on the East Coast.Keith Larson: Since you are part of the content committee, what did you think of the submissions that were received during call for papers?Ronald Bradford: There was a large number of quality submissions to the number of available presentation sessions. As with the previous years as a committee member for the annual MySQL conference, there is always a large variety of common cornerstone MySQL features as well as new products and upcoming companies sharing their MySQL experiences. All of the usual major players in the ecosystem will in presenting at MySQL Connect including Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo, Continuent, Percona, Tokutek, Sphinx and Amazon to name a few.  This is ensuring the event will have a large number of quality speakers and a difficult time in choosing what to attend. Keith Larson: What sessions do you look forwarding to attending? Ronald Bradford: As with most quality conferences you can only be in one place at one time, so with multiple tracks per session it is always difficult to decide. The continued work and success with MySQL Cluster, and with a number of sessions I am sure will be popular. The features that interest me the most are around the optimizer, where there are several sessions on new features, and on the importance of backups. There are three presentations in this area to choose from.Keith Larson: Are you going to cover any of the content in your books at your MySQL Connect sessions?Ronald Bradford: I will be giving two presentations at MySQL Connect. The first will include the techniques available for creating better indexes where I will be touching on some aspects of the first Effective MySQL book on Optimizing SQL Statements.  In my second presentation from experiences of managing 500+ AWS MySQL instances, I will be touching on areas including SQL tuning, backup and recovery and scale out with replication.   These are the key topics of the initial books in the Effective MySQL series that focus on performance, scalability and business continuity.  The books however cover a far greater amount of detail then can be presented in a 1 hour session. Keith Larson: What features of MySQL 5.6 do you look forward to the most ?Ronald Bradford: I am very impressed with the optimizer trace feature. The ability to see exposed information is invaluable not just for MySQL 5.6, but to also apply information discerned for optimizing SQL statements in earlier versions of MySQL.  Not everybody understands that it is easy to deploy a MySQL 5.6 slave into an existing topology running an older version if MySQL for evaluation of many new features.  You can use the new mysqlbinlog streaming feature for duplicating master binary logs on an older version with a MySQL 5.6 slave.  The improvements in instrumentation in the Performance Schema are exciting.   However, as with my upcoming Replication Techniques in Depth title, that will be available for sale at MySQL Connect, there are numerous replication features, some long overdue with provide significant management benefits. Crash Save Slaves, Global transaction Identifiers (GTID)  and checksums just to mention a few.Keith Larson: You have been to numerous conferences, what would you recommend for people at the conference? Ronald Bradford: Make the time to meet and introduce yourself to the speakers that cover the topics that most interest you. The MySQL ecosystem has a very strong community.  The relationships you build with presenters, developers and architects in MySQL can be invaluable, however they are created over time. Get to know these people, interact with them over time.  This is the opportunity to learn more then just the content from a 1 hour session. Keith Larson: Any additional tips to handling the long hours ? Ronald Bradford: Conferences can be hard, especially with all the post event drinking.  This is a two day event and I am sure will include additional events on Friday and Saturday night so come well prepared, and leave work behind. Take the time to learn something new.   You can always catchup on sleep later. Keith Larson: Thank you so much for taking some time to do this I look forward to seeing you at the MySQL Connect conference.  Please stay tuned here for more updates on MySQL

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  • Optimizing MySQL -

    - by Josh
    I've been researching how to optimize MySQL a bit, but I still have a few questions. MySQL Primer Results http://pastie.org/private/lzjukl8wacxfjbjhge6vw Based on this, the first problem seems to be that the max_connections limit is too low. I had a similar problem with Apache initially, the max connection limit was set to 100, and the web server would frequently lock up and take an excruciatingly long time to deliver pages. Raising the connection limit to 512 fixed this issue, and I read that raising the connection limit on MySQL to match this was considered good practice. Being that MySQL has actually been "locking up" recently as well (connections have been refused entirely for a few minutes at a time at random intervals) I'm assuming this is the main cause of the issue. However, as far as table cache goes, I'm not sure what I should set this as. I've read that setting this too high can hinder performance further, so should I raise this to right around 551, 560, 600, or do something else? Lastly, as far as raising the join_buffer_size value goes, this doesn't even seem to be included in Debian's my.cnf file by default. Assuming there's not much I can do about adding indexes, should I look into raising this? Any suggested values? Any suggestions in general here would be appreciated as well. Edit: Here's the number of open tables the MySQL server is reporting. I believe this value is related to my question (Opened_tables: 22574)

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  • Hiring MySQL Curriculum Developer

    - by Antoinette O'Sullivan
    If you want to be part of the team that creates the Official Oracle Training on MySQL and meet the following criteria: Experience of Course Design and Development Experience of database such as MySQL Fluent in English - written and spoken Keen to keep on learning Then this is the opportunity for you! Learn more about our open position for MySQL Curriculum Developer here.

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  • Pattern for Accessing MySQL connection

    - by Dipan Mehta
    We have an application which is C++ trying to access MySQL database. There are several (about 5 or so) threads in the application (with Boost library for threading) and in each thread has a few objects, each of which is trying to access Database for its' own purpose. It has a simple ORM kind of model but that really is not an important factor here. There are three potential access patterns i can think of: There could be single connection object per application or thread and is shared between all (or group). The object needs to be thread safe and there will be contentions but MySQL will not be fired with too many connections. Every object could initiate connection on its own. The database needs to take care of concurrency (which i think MySQL can) and the design could be much simpler. There could be two possibilities here. a. either object keeps a persistent connection for its life OR b. object initiate connection as and when needed. To simplify the contention as in case of 1 and not to create too many sockets as in case of 2, we can have group/set based connections. So there could be there could be more than one connection (say N), each of this connection could be shared connection across M objects. Naturally, each of the pattern has different resource cost and would work under different constraints and objectives. What criteria should i use to choose the pattern of this for my own application? What are some of the advantages and disadvantages of each of these pattern over the other? Are there any other pattern which is better? PS: I have been through these questions: mysql, one connection vs multiple and MySQL with mutiple threads and processes But they don't quite answer exactly what i am trying to ask.

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  • What's the difference between MariaDB and MySQL?

    - by Chris J. Lee
    What's the difference between MariaDB and MySQL? I'm not very familiar with both. I'm primarily a front end developer for the most part. Are they syntactically similar? Where do these two query languages differ? Wikipedia only mentions the difference between licensing: MariaDB is a community-developed branch of the MySQL database, the impetus being the community maintenance of its free status under GPL, as opposed to any uncertainty of MySQL license status under its current ownership by Oracle.

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  • MySQL-problem when baking with CakePHP.

    - by timkl
    I am currently reading "Beginning CakePHP:From Novice to Professional" by David Golding. At one point I have to use the CLI-command "cake bake", I get the welcome-screen but when I try to bake e.g. a Controller I get the following error messages: Warning: mysql_connect(): Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/mysql/mysql.sock' (2) in /Applications/MAMP/htdocs/blog/cake/libs/model/datasources/dbo/dbo_mysql.php on line 117 Warning: mysql_select_db(): supplied argument is not a valid MySQL-Link resource in /Applications/MAMP/htdocs/blog/cake/libs/model/datasources/dbo/dbo_mysql.php on line 122 Warning: mysql_get_server_info(): supplied argument is not a valid MySQL-Link resource in /Applications/MAMP/htdocs/blog/cake/libs/model/datasources/dbo/dbo_mysql.php on line 130 Warning: mysql_query(): supplied argument is not a valid MySQL-Link resource in /Applications/MAMP/htdocs/blog/cake/libs/model/datasources/dbo/dbo_mysql.php on line 154 Error: Your database does not have any tables. I suspect that the error-messages has to do with php trying to access the wrong mysql-socket, namely the default osx mysql-socket - instead of the one that MAMP uses. Hence I change my database configurations to connect to the UNIX mysql-socket (:/Applications/MAMP/tmp/mysql/mysql.sock): class DATABASE_CONFIG { var $default = array( 'driver' => 'mysql', 'connect' => 'mysql_connect', 'persistent' => false, 'host' =>':/Applications/MAMP/tmp/mysql/mysql.sock', // UNIX MySQL-socket 'login' => 'my_user', 'password' => 'my_pass', 'database' => 'blog', 'prefix' => '', ); } But I get the same error-messages with the new socket: Warning: mysql_connect(): Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/Applications/MAMP/tmp/mysql/mysql.sock:3306' (2) in /Applications/MAMP/htdocs/blog/cake/libs/model/datasources/dbo/dbo_mysql.php on line 117 Warning: mysql_select_db(): supplied argument is not a valid MySQL-Link resource in /Applications/MAMP/htdocs/blog/cake/libs/model/datasources/dbo/dbo_mysql.php on line 122 Warning: mysql_get_server_info(): supplied argument is not a valid MySQL-Link resource in /Applications/MAMP/htdocs/blog/cake/libs/model/datasources/dbo/dbo_mysql.php on line 130 Warning: mysql_query(): supplied argument is not a valid MySQL-Link resource in /Applications/MAMP/htdocs/blog/cake/libs/model/datasources/dbo/dbo_mysql.php on line 154 Error: Your database does not have any tables. Also, even though I use the UNIX-socket that MAMP show on it's welcome-screen, CakePHP loses the database-connection, when using this socket instead of localhost. Any ideas on how I can get bake to work?

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  • MySQL at the DOAG Conference this week in Nuremberg

    - by Bertrand Matthelié
    Planning to attend the DOAG Conference this week in Nuremberg? There will be several MySQL presentations, including the three following ones from Oracle team members: Oracle GoldenGate: Bindeglied zwischen Oracle & MySQL Datenbanken Ileana Somesan Wednesday November 21, 12:00 NoSQL and SQL: Blending the Best of Both Worlds Andrew MorganWednesday November 21, 14:00 MySQL Replikation Carsten ThalheimerWednesday November 21,  16:00 We look forward to seeing you there!

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  • Offline MySQL installation (Using deb file and no internet connection)

    - by Muhammad Gelbana
    I downloaded MySQL's installation package and ran the following command after installing a fresh Ubuntu server. dpkg -i mysql-5.5.28-debian6.0-x86_64.deb It installed fine and then I tried starting up the server manually /opt/mysql/server-5.5/bin/mysqld And the following error came up /opt/mysql/server-5.5/bin/mysqld: error while loading shared libraries: libaio.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory How can I install that library in an offline way ? I have no means whatsoever to an internet connection from that server and I can't even relocate it to have internet connection temporarily ! Thank you.

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  • Dependency problem with mysql-server-core-5.5

    - by Tama
    When I start the Ubuntu software centre, it says I cannot do anything until the package catalog is repaired. However, repairing fails. I ran "sudo apt-get -f install" and found the problem to be: mysql-server-5.5 depends on mysql-server-core-5.5 (= 5.5.24-0ubuntu0.12.04.1); however: Version of mysql-server-core-5.5 on system is 5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.04.2. So, the question is, how do I install that version and resolve the dependency problem?

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  • How to make mysql accept connections externally

    - by Tam
    I have a VPS and I want to make mysql DB accept connection externally (from my PC for instance). I have Debian Linux installed on the server. I checked some tutorials online and they said to comment out: bind-address = 127.0.0.1 But this didn't seem to help! is there anything specific for VPSs? or Am I missing something else? The command that runs mysql is: /usr/sbin/mysqld --basedir=/usr --datadir=/var/lib/mysql --user=mysql --pid-file=/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.pid --skip-external-locking --port=3306 --socket=/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock

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  • Using Perfmon with MySQL Connector/NET

    - by Mark Richman
    I am trying to diagnose repeated lock wait timeouts from my ASP.NET app to MySQL 5.1. I'm using MySQL Connector/NET 6.2.3. I don't see anything MySQL-related in Perfmon's Performance Object dropdown list. What else can I do to try to diagnose these issues?

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  • mysql does not start or work

    - by Artem Moskalev
    Recently I installed LAMP with tasksel. Then I remember I issued some commands to get into the mysql console - it worked. Right now I checked - apache and php modules work perfectly. But as for mysql - whatever commands I issue - it does not start the console. It writes: Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' How can I fix it and start mysql? Why did this happen? Where is it installed (I used the default location for the installation), because I dont understand what is started when I issue the commands?

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  • MySQL Makes The Cover of Oracle Magazine!

    - by bertrand.matthelie(at)oracle.com
    @font-face { font-family: "Arial"; }@font-face { font-family: "Times"; }@font-face { font-family: "Cambria"; }p.MsoNormal, li.MsoNormal, div.MsoNormal { margin: 0cm 0cm 0.0001pt; font-size: 12pt; font-family: "Times New Roman"; }a:link, span.MsoHyperlink { color: blue; text-decoration: underline; }a:visited, span.MsoHyperlinkFollowed { color: purple; text-decoration: underline; }div.Section1 { page: Section1; } In case you haven't seen it yet, MySQL made the cover of the January/February Edition of Oracle Magazine!   Published 6 times per year and distributed to over half a million of IT managers, DBAs and developers, Oracle Magazine contains technology-strategy articles, sample code, tips, Oracle & partner news, and more.   @font-face { font-family: "Arial"; }@font-face { font-family: "Cambria"; }p.MsoNormal, li.MsoNormal, div.MsoNormal { margin: 0cm 0cm 0.0001pt; font-size: 12pt; font-family: "Times New Roman"; }div.Section1 { page: Section1; } If you're thinking that this is yet another indicator that Oracle is very serious about MySQL, you're absolutely right!   I encourage you to read David Kelly's "Open For Business" article posted online here.   "First released in 1995 and purchased by Sun in 2008, MySQL has quickly graduated from the realm of hobbyists to the world of business, becoming the leading open source database for many Web applications and an integral part of the LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) Web application stack. Almost a year after Oracle's acquisition of Sun, MySQL plays an even bigger role in enterprises of all sizes worldwide." ......   Enjoy the article!

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  • MySQL Connect Starting in 3 Days - New Keynote Announced

    - by Bertrand Matthelié
    We're very pleased to announce a new keynote that will take place on Saturday morning at 10.00 am: "Community Perspective - Why Upgrade to MySQL 5.6" Sarah Novotny will lead a lively panel discussion with several MySQL Community members. They will share their opinions and debate about the new MySQL Database features they’re excited about. Moderator: Sarah Novotny, CIO, Meteor Entertainment Panelists: Sheeri Cabral, Database Admin/Architect, Mozilla Giuseppe Maxia, QA Director, Continuent Domas Mituzas, Database Performance Team, Facebook Mark Leith, Software Development Senior Manager, Oracle This new keynote will follow the State of the Dolphin address by Oracle's Chief Corporate Architect Edward Screven and VP of MySQL Engineering Tomas Ulin. An exciting kick-off for MySQL Connect! 72 1024x768 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-qformat:yes; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0cm 5.4pt 0cm 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0cm; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:11.0pt; font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif"; mso-ascii-font-family:Calibri; mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-fareast-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-fareast-theme-font:minor-fareast; mso-hansi-font-family:Calibri; mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-bidi-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-bidi-theme-font:minor-bidi;} Not registered yet? You can still save US$ 300 off the on-site fee – Register Now!

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  • The NEW MySQL for Developers Course

    - by Antoinette O'Sullivan
    Just Released - The new MySQL for Developers training course.  This 5 day course covers everything a developer needs to know when planning, designing and implementing applications using MySQL, with realistic examples using languages such as Java and PHP. This course gives an in-depth coverage of statements that access and modify data, and shows the student how to design and create other MySQL objects such as triggers, views, and stored procedures. You can take this course: From your desk as a live virtual offering. There are over 800 events on the schedule so you should find one in a timezone near you. The virtual events are also delivered in many languages including English, German, Korean, Latin American Spanish, ... In a classroom. Here is a sample of events on the schedule:  Location  Date  Delivery Language  Prague, Czech Republic 8 October 2012 Czech  Warsaw, Poland 5 November 2012 Polish  Wien, Austria  12 November 2012 German  London, England 15 October 2012 English  Bern, Switzerland  11 April 2013 German  Zurich, Switzerland 14 November 2012 German  Milan, Italy 19 November 2012  Italian  Rome, Italy  15 October 2012  Italian  Gummersbach, Germany  11 February 2013 German  Hamburg, Germany  12 November 2012  German Munich, Germany  10 June 2013  German  Lisbon, Portugal 26 November 2012 European Portuguese  Porto, Portugal 18 February 2013 European Portuguese  Nairobi, Kenya  19 November 2012  English  Madrid, Spain  10 December 2012  Spanish Petaling Jaya, Malaysia  15 October 2012  English  Bangkok, Thailand  29 October 2012  English For further information on the Authentic MySQL Curriculum, to register for an event or express interest in an additional event, go to http://oracle.com/education/mysql.

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  • so, my Cassandra consultant left me and now I'm thinking about reverting to mysql

    - by sathia
    I run a middle size community and some time ago I started to develop social capabilities such as follow, status update, wall etc. For some reason i thought that Cassandra was the right tool for the job so I looked online for a Cassandra developer and I found a very talented one. Unluckily in the midst of the development the dev left (too much jobs) and so I'm here with a very nice class, a very nice demo, but a lot of fears that I won't be able to handle basic things such as compaction, scaling etc. My biggest fear is to go online with all this coolness and then having a site inaccessible for hours or days. The mysql consultant (very talented too) keeps saying me that I should stick with Mysql which I know rather well and in case something's wrong we can manage. In that case I should take the class made for cassandra and abstract it for Mysql. My question is this: Should I find another dev/consultant and stick with Cassandra because for social things it is definitely the best tool for the job, or should I listen to the Mysql consultant and revert to Mysql? About 15k login each day Average 20 actions per user Avg 6 followers x user (These are current statistics, but of course I'd like to increase them as much as possible.)

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  • Becoming an Expert MySQL DBA Across Five Continents

    - by Antoinette O'Sullivan
    You can take Oracle's MySQL Database Administrator training on five contents. In this 5-day, live, instructor-led course, you learn to install and optimize the MySQL Server, set up replication and security, perform database backups and performance tuning, and protect MySQL databases. Below is a selection of the in-class events already on the schedule for the MySQL for Database Administrators course. AFRICA  Location  Date  Delivery Language  Nairobi, Kenya  22 July 2013  English  Johannesburg, South Africa  9 December 2013  English AMERICA  Location  Date  Delivery Language  Belmont, California, United States  22 July 2013  English ASIA  Location  Date  Delivery Language  Dehradun, India  11 July 2013  English  Grogol - Jakarta Barat, Indonesia  16 September 2013  English  Makati City, Philippines  5 August 2013  English  Pasig City, Philippines  12 August 2013  English  Istanbul, Turkey  12 August 2013  Turkish AUSTRALIA and OCEANIA  Location  Date  Delivery Language  Sydney, Australia  15 July 2013  English  Auckland, New Zealand  5 August 2013  English  Wellington, New Zealand  15 July 2013  English EUROPE  Location  Date  Delivery Language  London, England  9 September 2013  English  Aix-en-Provence, France  2 December 2013  French  Bordeaux Merignac, France  2 December 2013  French  Puteaux, France  16 September 2013  French  Dresden, Germany  26 August 2013  German  Hamburg, Germany  16 November 2013  German  Munich, Germany  19 August 2013  German  Munster, Germany  9 September 2013  German  Budapest, Hungary  4 November 2013  Hungarian  Belfast, Ireland  16 December 2013  English  Milan, Italy  7 October 2013  Italian  Rome, Italy  16 September 2013  Italian  Utrecht, Netherlands  16 September 2013  English  Warsaw, Poland 5 August 2013  Polish   Lisbon, Portugal  16 September 2013 European Portugese   Barcelona, Spain 30 October 2013  Spanish   Madrid, Spain 4 November 2013  Spanish   Bern, Switzerland  27 November 2013  German  Zurich, Switzerland  27 November 2013  German You can also take this course from your own desk as a live-virtual class, choosing from a wide selection of events already on the schedule suiting different timezones. To register for this course or to learn more about the authentic MySQL curriculum, go to http://oracle.com/education/mysql.

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  • MySQL enters another value that the one given by PHP

    - by Tristan
    Hello, The big problem : mysql does not stores the information i told him to via PHP Example (this req is an echo just before the query) : INSERT INTO serveur (GSP_nom , IPserv, port, tickrate, membre, nomPays, finContrat, type, jeux, slot, ipClient, email) VALUES ( 'ckras', '88.191.88.57', '37060', '100' , '', 'Allemagne','20110519', '2', '4','99' ,'82.220.201.183','[email protected]'); But on the MySQL i have : 403 ckras 88.191.88.57 32767 100 Allemagne 20110519 1 2010-04-25 00:51:47 2 4 99 82.220.201.183 [email protected] port : 37060 (right value) //// 32767 (MySQL's drug?) Any help would be appreciated, i'm worse than stuck and i'm ** off PS: *There is no trigger on the mysql as far as i know / there is no controll on the port which means that nowhere i modify the "port" value and this script works for 80% of the time ( it seems that as soon as the users enters a port = 30000 it causes that bug), an user first reported to me this error today and the script was running since 3 months* Thanks

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  • Is sqlite3 faster than MySQL on shared hosting?

    - by Osvaldo
    Can sqlite3 be faster than MySQL on shared hosting and small to average websites (less than 500 visitors a day). I have an account in a popular shared hosting provider and I've noticed that it has become quite slow redering pages. My doubt is that this may happen because the MySQL server is overloaded. Some CMS'es work fine with SQLlite too, so I was wandering if I should use SQLite for the new sites instead of MySQL.

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