I recreated rpms for the latest revision (119) of sysbench.
I made them available for Fedora 19 and CentOS 6.
As this blog is now hammered by spam spam spam, I decided to disable the publication of comments without approval. Even with Mollon, this is becoming a nightmare !
Sorry for the annoyance, but there is no alternative currently.
Thank you for your understanding.
I will be present in Prato (Firenze), Italy Thursday and Friday (September 19th and 20th) to deliver 2 presentations at OSS4B:
- Installing and managing MySQL like a real devops: automation in production
- Introduction to Percona XtraDB Cluster
If you want to learn about these projects or discuss anything related to MySQL and Percona, join the conference and don't hesitate to come to talk to me. I will be very happy to answer your questions.
Ci vediamo in Prato !
My colleague Kenny hit a bug with Innotop and MySQL 5.6. He submitted a bug with a patch.
This is a new pre-release rpm of Innotop (1.9.0-3) that includes that patch.
Enjoy it !
[UPDATE] New rpms are now available directly on Innotop's download page
I wanted to test it but it isn't packaged in Fedora... That means i created a package for smartshine and aaphoto, a dependency.
Since last week-end I'm using Fedora 19 (beta) on both my machines (macbook air and imac). Everything good so far, Some changes for the macbook air, but this will be another post.
I've then build a new rpm for hamster-time-tracker (1.03.3).
For my first participation to THE MySQL event of the year, I have the honour of delivering a full day tutorial on Opetational DBA in a nutshell with my two Belgian colleagues (call us the be-team ;) ) and a lighting talk related to MySQL database schema migration: how to version them and manage those operations.
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See you soon there !
On very heavy load, you may have issue with a large amount of TCP in TIME_WAIT like this one:
tcp 0 0 127.0.0.1:59035 127.0.0.1:3306 TIME_WAIT
This can lead to a TCP port exhaustion as explained on this post.
On HA proxy since version 1.4.19, you can use the nolinger option also on TCP backends. This terminate the connection (TCP RST) as soon as the loadbalancer finished the communication.
The counter part is that Aborted_clients status counter in MySQL increases with each connections' end. This counter becomes then useless.
This option is not available on glb (with -l parameter) if you apply the patch attached to this post.
I provide also rpm package with the patch applied :
Name : glb Version : 0.9.2 Release : 2 Architecture: x86_64 Install Date: (not installed) Group : Productivity/Networking/Routing Size : 208489 License : GNU General Public License version 2 or later (GPL v2 or later) Signature : (none) Source RPM : glb-0.9.2-2.src.rpm Build Date : mer 27 fév 2013 17:15:54 CET Build Host : percona1 Relocations : (not relocatable) URL : http://www.codership.com/products/galera-load-balancer Summary : TCP Connection Balancer Description : glb is a simple user-space TCP connection balancer made with scalability and performance in mind. It was inspired by pen, but unlike pen its functionality is limited only to balancing generic TCP connections. Features: * list of backend servers is configurable in runtime. * supports server "draining", i.e. does not allocate new connections to server, but does not kill existing ones, waiting for them to end gracefully. * on Linux 2.6 and higher glb uses epoll API for ultimate performance. * glb is multithreaded, so it can utilize multiple CPU cores. In fact even on a single core CPU using several threads can significantly improve performance when using poll()-based IO. * connections are distributed proportionally to weights assigned to backend servers. * this is a patched version providing SO_LINGER
[root@macbookair ~]# glbd -K -l --threads 6 --control 127.0.0.1:4444 127.0.0.1:3308 127.0.0.1:3306 glb v0.9.2 (epoll) Incoming address: 127.0.0.1:3308 , control FIFO: /tmp/glbd.fifo Control address: 127.0.0.1:4444 Number of threads: 6, max conn: 493, policy: 'least connected', top: NO, nodelay: ON, keepalive: OFF, defer accept: OFF, verbose: OFF, linger: ON, daemon: NO Destinations: 1 0: 127.0.0.1:3306 , w: 1.000 Router: ------------------------------------------------------ Address : weight usage map conns 127.0.0.1:3306 : 1.000 0.000 N/A 0 ------------------------------------------------------ Destinations: 1, total connections: 0 of 493 max Pool: connections per thread: 0 0 0 0 0 0
If you test it please post a comment.
If you followed previous post about init script (here and here) for Percona XtraDB Cluster, I proposed a new solution to standardize the bootstrap of the cluster in debian/ubuntu and redhat/centos instead of using 2 different ways.
You can read about this on launchpad bug #1152764.
So now to start the first node of a cluster when no other node is already running, you just need to use bootstrap command with the init script like bellow:
# /etc/init.d/mysql bootstrap Starting MySQL (Percona XtraDB Cluster)..... SUCCESS!
I attached the patches here too.
So I rewrote that patch to not work as the init script of RedHat/CentOS but more like it should work on Debian,
Now to initialize the cluster, on the very first node that will start the cluster, you need to run the following command:
root@percona1:/etc/init.d# /etc/init.d/mysql initialize * Starting MySQL (Percona XtraDB Cluster) database server and initialize the cluster mysqld [ OK ] * Checking for corrupt, not cleanly closed and upgrade needing tables.
Please note, the new command initialize.
I hope this patch is better for Debian afficionados ;-)