Blogging and building live from MySQL Conf 09… If you want more details about what happens here (technical sessions, MySQL 5.4, InnoDB improvements, MySQL Cluster, Sun/Oracle fusion…) or want to enjoy a drink in the Valley, please let me know… Back to the Dotdeb business : MySQL 5.1.34 has been published with its lot of… Read more »
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Quick post : MySQL AB has just released MySQL 5.1.33… This maintenance release fixes several bugs… The packages are now available for Lenny and Etch, amd64 and i386…They re-introduces the readline support in the MySQL client… Enjoy.
MySQL AB has just released MySQL 5.1.32. This maintenance release fixes several bugs and one security issue. Upgrading is recommended, especially for those using replication. Last but not least, it is now packaged for Lenny and Etch, amd64 and i386! Feel free to upgrade your servers…
Debian GNU/Linux 5.0 “Lenny” has been published on last Valentine’s day. Although most of the Dotdeb packages for the previous release, “Etch”, are compatible with Lenny, it is now time for Dotdeb to have dedicated packages for this new distribution. I’m actually kind of busy at work, but I managed to build and upload the… Read more »
MySQL 5.0.77 packages are now available on Dotdeb for Debian Etch amd64/i386. This is a maintenance release that fix some annoying bugs and a severe security issue. Please read the official list of changes in 5.0.77 before upgrading.
MySQL 5.1.31 is now available on Dotdeb for Etch amd64/i386. It fixes several problems and brings many enhancement to the previous release. Please read the official Changelog before upgrading.
MySQL AB has just made MySQL 5.0.75 available. Even it is just a maintenance release – since the 5.1 branch is now golden – it is now packaged and uploaded to Dotdeb for Etch amd64/i386. Anyway, if you did not make the jump and still use MySQL 5.0, please upgrade your server, to fix some… Read more »
MySQL, the most popular open source database, releases on November 27, 2008, its version 5.1 GA (General Availability). It is now available on Dotdeb for Etch (amd64/i386)! Version 5.1 introduces several enhancements to the already rich set of features. Most notable are partitioning, row based replication, the event scheduler, a new plugin infrastructure, and logs on demand. There are more new features,… Read more »
The Google Perftools, especially tcmalloc (Thread Caching Malloc), can be very useful to speed up your applications, depending on your environment : TCMalloc is faster than the glibc 2.3 malloc (available as a separate library called ptmalloc2) and other mallocs that I have tested. ptmalloc2 takes approximately 300 nanoseconds to execute a malloc/free pair on… Read more »
Norbert Tretkowski recently worked on packaging MySQL 5.0.67, the latest Community Edition release of MySQL Server. But, since the next Debian version – Lenny – is already frozen, the packages were not uploaded to the official archive. Instead of that, I rebuilt them and made them available on Dotdeb for Etch amd64/i386. Please take a… Read more »