Jacob Kaplan-Moss

12 items tagged “mysql”

📌 Database test: dual Intel Xeon 5160 (6/6) | Tweakers.net

Comparing MySQL 4, MySQL 5, and Postgres 8. Don’t pay too much attention to the numbers, but notice the shape of the graphs. MySQL does worse after about 7-10 concurrent queries, but Postgres gets the same throughput at 10 concurrent requests as it does at 100. #

📌 Monty says: Oops, we did it again (MySQL 5.1 released as GA with crashing bugs)

This is just nuts: something stamped final should not be this full of fail. Monty’s got a great roundup of what went wrong, and as you might expect it’s the classic case of letting suits and marketing schedules run software release. I thought Open Source was supposed to put the power back in the hands of the technocrats... #

📌 MySQL to launch new features only in MySQL Enterprise

Wow, the stupidity of this is astounding. Good news for PostgreSQL, I guess. #

📌 Angry-Fly.com: Getting MySQL Preference Pane To Work In Leopard #
📌 Sun acquires MySQL

Wow. This might actually be a good move for MySQL, but it certainly puts Sun’s support of PostgreSQL in jepordy, which is a shame. #

📌 Odd MySQL bug - Django developers | Google Groups

Malcolm unearths the stupidest MySQL bug^H^H^H feature I’ve seen yet. Make sure to read all the way to the punchline; it’s amazing. #

📌 Wikipedia: Site internals, configuration, code examples and management issues (PDF)

Loads of information about the tech behind Wikipedia. I’ve become convinced that the only sane way to design scalable systems is by studying the trials and tribulations of others. #

📌 Kitchen Soap » Blog Archive » Slides from ‘Capacity Planning for LAMP’ talk at MySQL Conf 2007 #
📌 Connectors for the NdbApi in Launchpad

Low-level database connectors for MySQL. Essentially you get to use a relational database without SQL. Could be very interesting when combined with an ORM. #

📌 Extending Django's database API to include full-text search (Mercurytide)

A kick-ass look at how to extend Django’s lookup API with custom methods. This one adds fulltext search in a particularly nifty way. #

📌 Using MySQL - NeoWiki

How to set up MySQL with NeoOffice/J #

📌 MySQL 4 & PHP on Redhat Enterprise Linux #