In the December episode of our “Meet The MySQL Experts” podcast, we chose to focus on MySQL Technical Support. Todd Farmer, Director of Oracle’s MySQL Global Support team, gives us insights into his organization, talking about who Oracle’s MySQL Support engineers are, how they help customers on a day-to-day basis, how they interact with the MySQL engineering and the bugs verification teams, and more… Listen to the podcast to learn more about this team of MySQL Experts! To better understand…2011-12-23 02:26:34 by MySQL Community
On DZone.com John Esposito has a new post sharing two Symfony2 bundle repositories you can look to to improve your development experience with the framework - KnpBundles and Symfohub. If you're using Symfony2, you already know that the framework uses 'bundles', the equivalent of plugins, if the core counted as a plugin too. (The official documentation calls bundles 'first-class citizens' in Symfony2.) So far so great idea, but an ecosystem depends on a community, and a community needs some kind…2011-12-23 05:05:43
MySQL 5.6.4 & MySQL Cluster 7.2 availbale from http://Labs.MySQL.Com MySQL 5.6.4 Development Milestones are ready for your review. This week there are seven 5.6.4 releases to try plus MySQL Cluster 7.2! So try the Binary Log API, Binary Log Group Commit, Global Transaction IDs, InnoDB features, InnoDB Full Text Search, Enhanced Performance Schema, or Memcached/InnoDB versions this holiday season. And let the developers know your feedback please! And very soon fellow MySQL Community Manager Keith…2011-12-23 09:08:07 by Dave Stokes
Continues from Improving InnoDB memory usage. Here are some numbers from the fixups described in the above article: The workload consists of 10 partitioned tables, each one containing 1000 partitions. This means 10’000 InnoDB tables. We truncate the tables, then restart mysqld and run: 1. INSERT a single row into each of the 10 tables 2. SELECT * from each table 3. FLUSH TABLES (this causes the tables to be closed and reopened on the next run) 4. wait for 10 seconds we repeat the above steps…2011-12-23 22:14:29 by InnoDB Team
New Year is the time to bid farewell to the old year and welcome the coming year. It is the time to remember the golden olden blog posts. It is the time for new beginnings and new starts in life, and of course for new blog posts. Bloggers in the database arena are also enjoying [...]2011-12-23 17:00:06 by The Pythian Group
Popular posts from PHPDeveloper.org for the past week:PHPMaster.com: Understanding the Factory Method Design Pattern Nikic's Blog: How big are PHP arrays (and values) really? (Hint: BIG!) Reddit.com: What everyone should know about strip_tags() Zend PHP Certification Blog: PHP Sorting Functions Brian Smithwick's Blog: Software development and the locked box Nelm.io Blog: Composer: Part 2 - Impact Sebastian Bergmann's Blog: Using CLANG/scan-build for Static Analysis of the PHP Interpreter Robert…2011-12-24 00:00:12
This demo session demonstrates a little POC as to how can you make your SSIS talk to you.2011-12-23 10:17:00
Latest PEAR Releases:
Symfony 2.0.8 has just been released. The CHANGELOG has all the details about the changes done in this release and you can also have a look at the full diff. If you are starting a new project, you can get the Symfony Standard Edition distribution on the download page. If you already have a project based on the Symfony Standard Edition 2.0.x, you can easily upgrade to 2.0.8 by getting the new deps and deps.lock files. Then, run the vendors script: $ ./bin/vendors install And don't forget to clear…2011-12-26 22:21:37
This week, the Symfony2 master branch focused on a big DoctrineBridge refactorization. In addition, the Filesystem class was moved to its own component. Lastly, the 2.0 branch was made compatible with the upcoming Twig 1.5 version. Development mailing list Consider better strategies for regenerating cache files A component for kernel Asset Dependency Bundle symfony 1 development highlights Changelog: r33292: [1.4] fixed test for PHP 5.3 Symfony2 development highlights Master branch: 517eebc: [DoctrineBridge]…2011-12-26 22:21:27
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