Planet MySQL HA Blog

The Planet MySQL HA Blog aggregates content from sources that cover topics related to high availability (HA) for MySQL databases.

WordPress in OCI with MySQL HeatWave Read Replicas and MySQL Router R/W Splitting

In this blog post, discover how to deploy WordPress on OCI using MySQL HeatWave Dabase Service with multiple replicas to spread the read traffic without having to change anything in WordPress and using MySQL Router 8.2.0's transparent R/W splitting feature.

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Where can you find MySQL during December - February 2024 - Update No.2

MySQL in Dec-Feb24

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Migrate from GCP Cloud SQL for MySQL to MySQL HeatWave on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) using MySQL Shell

MySQL HeatWave is a fully managed database service, powered by the HeatWave in-memory query accelerator. It’s the only cloud service that combines transactions, real-time analytics across data warehouses and data lakes, and machine learning in one MySQL Database—without the complexity, latency, risks, and cost of ETL duplication. In this Blog provides an overview, how to migrate from GCP Cloud SQL for MySQL into OCI MySQL Heatwave using MySQL Shell.

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Parameterizing MySQL Queries in Node

To mitigate SQL injection attacks, queries that use user-provided input should be parameterized. In this post, we will discuss how to use named and unnamed parameters in a Node application. Finally, we show how to use the SQL Template Tag module to create unnamed placeholders and the related values in a single statement.

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MySQL Shorts - Episode #48 Released

Announcement of the new MySQL Shorts Episode

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MySQL Shorts - Top 5 Countdown - #3

MySQL Shorts is a short-format video series dedicated to all things MySQL. This post is one in a series where we will count down the top 5 MySQL Shorts videos based on views.

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Capturing GPS Data on a Raspberry Pi and Storing It Using MySQL Document Store

In a previous post we discussed installing MySQL on a Raspberry Pi. In this post we will demonstrate how to capture GPS data, parse it into JSON and store it using MySQL Document Store.

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MySQL data archiving: another use for HeatWave Lakehouse

MySQL HeatWave enables users to process and query hundreds of terabytes of data in the object store—in a variety of file formats, such as CSV, Parquet, and Aurora/Redshift export files but let's see how we can benefit from Lakehouse to archive MySQL Data in OCI.

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Installing MySQL Innovation Release on a Raspberry Pi

Microprocessors have become quite common and they for a variety of reasons. Check out this blog post on how to install MySQL on a Raspberry Pi to use it as a database server.

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Is MySQL HeatWave really faster ?

Let's check is MySQL HeatWave improves query response time.

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