There are many interesting data base system as DB2 , Oracle and Sybase on Linux
slides are nicely done! got a reasonable cursory grasp on stuff i haven't done before (which is most of it).
2005-04-19 07:35 pm (UTC)
How long is Alan gonna be in town?
My plane ride back is saturday night. I'll be at the conference through thursday.
2005-04-19 07:36 pm (UTC)
Anyone make a video
Brad, I don't suppose you would know if anyone made a video tape of your presentation?
nice presentation (wish i could've heard your part of it).
i like your little jab at lj on the user clusters diagram page.
That got a laugh from the audience.
2005-04-19 09:01 pm (UTC)
Tell Alan we need to go drinkin*.
* I know he doesnt drink, but it doesnt mean that he cant come along.
I was actually up in line to come say hello, but unfortunately had to go answer a phone call. Damn work!
I think I owe you a beer for missing the Mexico trip...
2005-04-19 10:55 pm (UTC)
Come find me again... I'm not sure what you look like. I'll be around here all day tomorrow too.
I'm down in Ballroom E right now, in the Friendster session. Back row, left side. Green tshirt, blue jeans, rather beaten dell laptop :)
And, look, a picture! Granted, a picture from 4 years ago, but a picture nonetheless!
2005-04-19 11:03 pm (UTC)
I'm in the XA talk now. I'll be going back to Ballroom E for Cluster Roadmap next.
don't you just love wifi?!
'Twas rad meeting up with you guys! I probably sound a little extra nerdy since I caught a cold this week :)
2005-04-21 03:36 pm (UTC)
where's the daemon used for web logging ?
Brad, Slide 33 mentions that the mod_perl logging handler uses a specialized daemon which maintains persistent connections to mysql. Is this in some CVS tree ?
2005-04-21 05:30 pm (UTC)
Re: where's the daemon used for web logging ?
It's a ugly quick hack. I'll release it perhaps when I clean it up?
Jimbo outed me at the Wikipedia presentation. The missing word is MySQL.:) I start on 2 May so I was able to answer the audience question "InnoDB or MyISAM" by saying something like "if you care about reliability and availability use InnoDB and forget that MyISAM exists because of the slower and less reliable MyISAM repairs after failures".:) Actually, that was a noticeable pattern from any presentations and I mentioned it to Monty, who seemed happy enough.
2005-04-25 05:34 pm (UTC)
master / master ?
i don't really see the different between your master/master setup and master/slave setup. in both case, you need to promote a slave to be master when failover happens. i do know that you only read/write to the master and slave repl from it.
manually doing the master / slave failover switch is bit of painful and i am looking for easier solution.