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24.07.2024 18:51
jriou (@jriou@hachyderm.io)

Today, there was an exceptional water leak over two racks that were supposed to be far from each other. Unfortunately, all members of the most critical database cluster were located there, running on #MySQL InnoDB Cluster. The majority has been lost. We've had to promote the last host, rescan to discover the rebooted members and promote back one of the main nodes. All manual operations. 45 minutes of downtime.




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24.07.2024 18:00
askubuntu (@askubuntu@ubuntu.social)

ERROR 1064 (42000) #mysql

askubuntu.com/q/1521559/612




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24.07.2024 15:09
anthony (@anthony@bitbang.social)

TIL that #MySQL 9.0 Enterprise supports stored programs written in #Javascript

dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/mys




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24.07.2024 11:56
hack13 (@hack13@cyberfurz.social)

One more job posting, our Database team is pretty desperate for some help as they recently got halved by two folks moving onto different careers... I know they are looking for 2 intermediate to senior DBAs. The team supports MSSQL, PostgeSQL, Oracle, and MySQL databases. If you are knowledgeable and willing to help configure, build, review, and focus on DB related work, they are looking and haven't been finding many good candidates so far. That said it is fully remote (as long as you don't live within 50 miles of my small town). Also as with the other job I posted, we are a MSP in the public sector so... must be in the United States, able to obtain government clearances, and finally be a US Citizen.

Should you be interested reply as a DM and I will shoot you a link to apply.

#dba #postgres #sql #Database #jobs #jobsearch #mssql #mysql #remotework




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23.07.2024 20:30
adminmagazine (@adminmagazine@hachyderm.io)

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#OpenSource #database #Percona #MongoDB #MySQL #MariaDB #PostgreSQL #Firebird #CUBRID #NoSQL #JanusGraph #Redis #CouchDB #DBMS #SQL #ApacheCassandra





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23.07.2024 19:29
mobileatom (@mobileatom@flipboard.com)

MySQL: Upgrading old MySQL instances. #MySQL

blog.koehntopp.info/2024/07/23

Posted into Coding is Living @coding-is-living-mobileatom




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23.07.2024 17:13
s_bergmann (@s_bergmann@chaos.social)

"If your #MySQL instance does not have at least one replica more than you are going to need, you are holding it wrong."

blog.koehntopp.info/2024/07/23




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22.07.2024 21:46
lefred (@lefred@fosstodon.org)

The new release is on track... all info is tomorrow at 9am PDT ;-) 8.4.2 & 9.0.1





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22.07.2024 19:19
MySQL_Community (@MySQL_Community@fosstodon.org)

We invite you to listen to the session or find us at the MySQL booth in the expo area at OpenSource Conference Kyoto on July 27th. More details, along with the agenda, can be found on the conference website.

event.ospn.jp/osc2024-kyoto/




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22.07.2024 16:49
simon (@simon@gotosocial.grnwds.uk)

** Reposting and pinning this as I've moved my instance **
I've been a #Linux and #Unix #sysadmin for 30 years, the last 13 in the same job, but I think it's time to move on. I live in #Yorkshire #UK and I'm looking for #remote or #hybrid work. I generally work with #webservers, #nginx, #apache, #php, #mysql, you know #LAMP and #LEMP, as well as #networking, #DNS, #mail and all the other associated stuff. #fedihired #getfedihired




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22.07.2024 15:28
mobileatom (@mobileatom@flipboard.com)

Managing Long-Running Queries in MySQL. #MySQL

dev.to/drupaladmin/managing-lo

Posted into Coding is Living @coding-is-living-mobileatom




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22.07.2024 03:44
juddium (@juddium@techhub.social)

After a few months, I've migrated everything to my cluster, removed the old MacBook, even got 2 versions of #FoundryVTT running and a couple other fun services.

The problem is even though #GlusterFS was the right choice in the moment, *arr apps absolutely HATE network storage. #SQLite is the culprit, and the devs for #Lidarr, #Radarr, #Sonarr, and others appear completely uninterested in switching away from SQLite. I would prefer #MySQL, but evidently, even though this issue repeatedly comes up, folks like me who want to run *arr apps on a swarm are edge cases.

So, I could restrict each app to a specific node, which I don't want to do because a couple of my nodes will randomly stop working and require me to manually restart them. Or, I can continue to put up with DB corruption, which is proving to be a real pain.

Or search for another solution to replace *arr? Truth be told, I use Lidarr the most and it isn't super great at what it does.




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