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Xaprb – Stay Curious! » Free MySQL webinar: zero-downtime …

Tuesday, July 17th, 2012 | Permalink

If you haven’t checked into pt-online -schema-change yet, now’s a great time to sign up for my free webinar Thursday, July 19, 3-4 PM EDT. I’ll explain and demonstrate the tool, and walk you through everything you need to …

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Is 100% uptime really possible? at Xaprb

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012 | Permalink

Subscribe to comments with RSS . So now we have death, taxes, and downtime. Jeff Cornejo. 3 Jul 12 at 7:21 pm … If that is the point of the blog post then we agree. But the point we’re making about uptime is a little different.

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Things I'm looking forward to in MySQL 5.6 at Xaprb

Monday, June 11th, 2012 | Permalink

Things I’m looking forward to in MySQL 5.6 · Why I’m not an ACM member · Have you tested pt-online -schema-change? How Percona Toolkit divides tables into chunks · The first guest post on Xaprb blog · Free webinar: …

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How Percona Toolkit divides tables into chunks at Xaprb

Sunday, May 6th, 2012 | Permalink

The result of the work we’ve been doing recently, replacing “chunking” with “nibbling” in pt-table-checksum and pt-online -schema-change, is reliable and safe nibbling behavior. This has the … The first guest post on Xaprb blog . 5 Responses to ‘ How Percona Toolkit divides tables into chunks’. Subscribe to comments with RSS . Hi, this is … BTW: Funny enough Peter Zaitssev just published http ://www.mysqlperformanceblog.com/2012/05/06/load-management-mysql/ …

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The first guest post on Xaprb blog at Xaprb

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012 | Permalink

I came across your blog http ://www.xaprb.com/ blog /2009/03/13/50-things-to-know-before-migrating-oracle-to-mysql/ a few weeks ago as while conducting research for a website that I contribute to. The website aims to look at …

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