Tag: MySQL

Diagnosing Orchestrator Crashes Due to Time Drift Events

We were recently paged by a client because one node of their Orchestrator setup had crashed. The Orchestrator cluster was set up using the Orchestrator/raft consensus cluster and using a SQLite backend. When looking in the log files this is…

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Scaling ProxySQL rapidly in Kubernetes

Editor’s Note: Because our bloggers have lots of useful tips, every now and then we update and bring forward a popular post from the past. Today’s post was originally published on November 26, 2019. It’s not uncommon these days for…

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Ansible Inventory Automation Using Consul and Orchestrator

Here at Pythian we get a lot of exposure to new technologies and implementation strategies via the work we do internally and for our clients. The most noteworthy technology stack that I’ve seen get a lot of traction in the…

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How to Allow a Remote MySQL Database Connection

Here at Pythian we like to pay attention to what brings people to our site, and one of the main queries we’ve been seeing is “How can I allow a remote MySQL database connection?” Since our mission is to help…

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Configuring MySQL in a Docker Container

Editor’s Note: Because our bloggers have lots of useful tips, every now and then we update and bring forward a popular post from the past. Today’s post was originally published on May 23, 2018. In recent weeks I’ve been focusing…

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Setting up MySQL Monitoring With New Relic Infrastructure Pro

If you have a New Relic Infrastructure Pro license, and unmonitored MySQL servers, there’s now an easy solution at your fingertips. With the New Relic MySQL integration you can monitor and graph almost any detailed metric you could possibly want….

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ProxySQL Query Rules: Notes From Production

After spending four years working with ProxySQL in production, I’ve learned a few interesting lessons about interpreting and processing query rules. I hope to save you some time (and avoid wrong turns) with this summary of ProxySQL query rules. ProxySQL…

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Adding Your RDS Fleet to PMM2 Using the API

PMM (Percona Monitoring and Management) is a great community tool for monitoring your OSDB (MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB) fleet. It’s feature rich, and it’s built and distributed as open-source based on several de-facto industry standard tools such as Grafana and Prometheus….

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Datascape Podcast Episode 43 – July 2020 Cloud Updates

Welcome to the July 2020 episode of the Datascape Cloud Update Podcast. This is the podcast where we distill the latest Cloud announcements from the leading public Cloud vendors and help to inform you about what matters and what to…

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Using MySQL Workbench to Connect Through ProxySQL 2

So, I admit the title for this post is a bit ambiguous. Not only is it the second post I’ve written in a short period of time, but it’s also focused on ProxySQL 2.0. As promised in the previous post,…

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