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MHA configuration problem with MariaDB10

I am using MHA (MySQL Master High Availability) over a MySQL/MariaDB master-slaves pool. Here is my setup : master1(10.0.0.1:3306) (current master) MySQL 5.1 (log-bin:enabled) ...
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Auto-increment ids with multiple inserts in mysql/mariadb

Suppose I have a table with an auto_increment column, and then insert multiple values in a single statement: insert into foo (bar) values ('a'), ('b'), ('c'); From the documentation, ...
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Can I use mysql/mariadb databases on different OS?

If I will use mysql/mariadb on Windows and soon I'll decide to switch to Linux or vice versa, can I use databases created in one operating system in another one without any data-loss? Thanks in ...
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I need help optimizing a not that complicated query that returns unexpedcted performance problems

I have a table that stores details about incoming and outgoing phone calls such as when a call was made, or when a call was received, the phone number of the caller, and the phone number of the ...
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What is the best choice for MySQL high availability (zero downtime)? [closed]

As I know there are many solutions for MySQL HA, but most of them are congenitally not zero downtime solution, like MHA, AWS RDS... That said, if zero downtime is "must have", the only choice is ...
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How can I perform this database backup/sanitization task?

I have a 3-node MariaDB/Galera cluster. I need to do two things: Back up the database regularly (multiple gigs in size) for a normal, in-case-everything-crashes-I-can-restore-from-this backup. Have ...
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MRG_MyISAM with myisampack tables blocking inserts

I'm using INSERT_METHOD=FIRST and compressing all tables that are members of the union but when I try to insert into the MRG_MyISAM table it tries to insert into the second one (instead of the first). ...
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MySQL (or MariaDB) multi-master without MMM

I've been reading blogs on MySQL multi-master setup. The way I've used MySQL replication in the past was master-slave where if the master died (or was being taken down for maintenance) we would shut ...
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Using Galera for simple master-master replication

I was reading the documentation and it specifically mentions that a Galera DB cluster must have at least three nodes to achieve Quorum, although our current setup is working with two. I am tasked ...
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How can I solve this error InnoDB: is in the future?

InnoDB: is in the future! Current system log sequence number 412018685584. InnoDB: Your database may be corrupt or you may have copied the InnoDB InnoDB: tablespace but not the InnoDB log files. See ...
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Making MySQL use primary index without hinting or forcing

I have the following db structure: CREATE TABLE `question` ( `id` int(11) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT, `level_id` int(11) NOT NULL, `video_id` int(11) NOT NULL, `is_active` tinyint(1) NOT NULL, ...
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Mariadb new features vs PostgreSQL? [closed]

Mariadb 10 offer lot of new features. ( https://mariadb.com/products/mariadb/mariadb-vs-mysql) . I want to know, with these new features, will PostgreSQL would be a better solution for newly starting ...
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Best backup strategy for MySQL (MariaDB) replication set

My main concern is getting a proper backup, even more so than a temporary outage. The data is golden. I've been doing reading through the documentation and a lot of the backup strategies seem to be. ...
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MySQL pivot table via a view

Suppose the following schema CREATE TABLE `log_apache` ( `date` datetime NOT NULL, `count` int(10) unsigned NOT NULL, `input` bigint(20) unsigned NOT NULL, `output` bigint(20) unsigned NOT ...
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Cluster with shared storage

I actually use MariaDB Galera Cluster with 3 master nods. Workload is about 70% read, 30% write and it's very important to have consistent data with every select - this is why I choose Galera ...
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MySQL Workbench Cannot start SSH tunnel manager

I don't know why this error is happening when I try to connect by MySQL Workbench. Cannot start SSH tunnel manager. I'm using slackware 14.1 and installed all dependencies. I already installed the ...
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TokuDB fails to load in MariaDB, even when transparent hugepages are disabled

Earlier, I upgraded my website server to Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. I had a very nice setup with MariaDB and the TokuDB engine. However, the setup was kind of messed up when TokuDB refused to load properly, ...
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MariaDB Galera setup with drastically different amounts of memory used on cluster nodes - why?

We have a 3 node MariaDB Galera cluster. All nodes are identical and the config on each is identical. They have 64GB of RAM each. The output of the following query is 28: SELECT ...
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MySQL - prevent OS cache for query

On high load production server I have many sql selects which are unique or re-use will be in hours. I use SQL_NO_CACHE but this queries are still cached with OS cache. Server have 64G ram and used ram ...
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update variable from multiple tables in one row

I have two databases, and I need to UPDATE variable 'birthday' from one row to another checking 'name' (from db1 to db2). The problem is, that 'name' variable in second db is located in another table ...
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MySQL will not start

Please help, I really need to recover my databases. service mysql start start: Job failed to start mysqld --verbose 140401 20:16:11 [Warning] Can't create test file ...
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MySQL/MariaDB CLI limits max password?

I've got strange problem - my MariaDB instance CLI (Linux) does enforce limit on how long password can be. For example, setting password like this UPDATE mysql.user SET ...
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MariaDB : Larger innodb_buffer_pool_size causing SQL updates to be slower

Has anyone here encountered such scenario before where and update statement took longer time to run when innodb_buffer_pool_size is bigger. I've run a few tests using the same statements on around ...
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make MariaDB Auto-Increment-Increment dynamic

In a certain replication setup I have created multi-master replication in STAR topology using MariaDB. I have an unknown number of 'client-masters', so I have set the auto_increment_increment to 30 ...
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mariadb 5.5.36 with innodb plugin

I installed mariadb 5.5.36 on a win32 system. Everything runs fine except innodb requests are 2 x slower than an identical MySQL installation. So I want to switch back to original innodb plugin to ...
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Is the innodb_lazy_drop_table problem solved?

I'm researching database configuration for MySQL/MariaDB. I've been reading the configuration chapter in "High Performance MySQL". In there, it suggests that innodb_lazy_drop_table can be used to ...
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Why does auto increment jumps by more than the number of rows inserted?

I am very perturbed by this weird behaviour I am seeing in the auto_increment value recorded in the bidID of a Bids table after performing bulk insertion using a stored procedure: INSERT INTO Bids ...
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Is there a way to enable MariaDB MEMORY storage engine for every table?

I am new to MariaDB and interested in using it because I want to use MEMORY storage engine for every table. I read MEMORY storage engine on mariadb.com and it seems like I had to specify storage ...
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How to determine the optimal sort_buffer_size?

I read from a sample configuration file which says the following: # Sort buffer is used to perform sorts for some ORDER BY and GROUP BY # queries. If sorted data does not fit into the sort buffer, a ...
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MariaDB not caching any queries

I tested several simple queries like such: SELECT COUNT(*) FROM Users WHERE courses='a'; But none are being cached. The following are the cache related variables: show variables like "%cache%"; ...
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Configure MariaDB PAM authentication, and enabling remote login from Toad

I am currently trying to integrate Linux services into my Windows environment and have installed MariaDB with PAM authentication following the guidance from MariaDB. I have tested successfully on ...
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MariaDB: Created_tmp_disk_tables high after start

today i looked in the status of my MySQL server which is based on MariaDB and i noticed that Created_tmp_disk_tables is very high (over 168k). I think this is the reason for my high I/O usage. I try ...
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Count/Statistic for number of SHOW INDEX queries in MySQL/MariaDB 5.5

We have a lot of SHOW INDEX FROM queries coming from our ORM layer. Usually there is a mechanism to prevent this but it doesn't seem to work at the moment. To better analyze the problem it would be ...
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Show Users That Connect To DB

We are using Maria DB (v5.3 I believe) in our production environment. One issue that we have, is that historically, the dev user (which has full rights and privileges) is used in all applications ...
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Best Indexing Strategy for Query with Equality[A], Range[B], Group By[C], AND Order By[count(P)]

I have a poorly performing query: SELECT user_id, count(item_id) as count FROM table items WHERE category = 'magazine' AND created_at > 1384754400 GROUP BY user_id ORDER BY count(item_id) desc ...
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MySQL/MariaDB stored procedure inserts even with syntax error

createdAt has not been defined, but the query still runs when I call this proc and inserts a "0" date. Why, shouldn't it fail? DELIMITER $$ USE `MobiFit_Dev` $$ DROP PROCEDURE IF EXISTS ...
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Incorrect definition of table mysql.event after migrating database to mariadb

I did a mysqldump to dump all databases into a .sql file, then installed a mariadb server. There are no errors after the installation. But after restoring the databases, I started to observe the ...
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InnoDB + TokuDB fills up RAM then start swapping

I'm trying to face difficulties with my database lately. I've migrated from MyISAM to TokuDB v7.0.4 and InnoDB. I'm using MariaDB - 5.5.34-MariaDB-1~wheezy-log. My problem is that MariaDB fills up RAM ...
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mysql/mariadb: ifnull changes collation

It seems that 'ifnull' changes the default collation that is set to be used. I have tried on both mysql and mariadb: Server version: 5.5.34-MariaDB-1~precise-log mariadb.org binary distribution ...
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Setting default CHARSET and DB Engine

I recently updated my server's database system from MySQL to MariaDB. After update, everything works well. But, when I went to phpMyAdmin, the default charset and types are changed: At the end of ...
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Purge old records from mysql ibdata1 file

Is it possible to purge old records from an ibdata1 file without taking down the database attached to it? Records that have been deleted from the database are still present when I scan ibdata1 for ...
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1answer
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What are the drawbacks of using Galera Cluster instead of Master/Slave Replication?

What are the drawbacks of using Galera Cluster instead of regular Master/Slave Replication? Galera's 0 slave lag time, Synchronous replication and no Single point of failure seem very appealing then ...
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node unable to join a galera cluster; it fails during state transfer

It looks like the node is joining the cluster and then it fails… I have tried with both rsync and xtrabackup and it fails during state transfer. I seems to me that I am missing something real simple ...
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Slow query responce on different mysql versions, percona, MariaDB

LEFT JOIN is supposed to be faster than a NOT IN query. This is what I've read online. But practically, this seems to be opposite. I have the following query here, INSERT IGNORE INTO callrequests ...
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MySQL - Autoincrement does not increment sequentally if last row was deleted

I have a table which contains an auto incremented primary key id. If I delete the last row (highest id, for exampe id = 6) and insert a new row, the new id starts at 7. Which paramater I have to ...
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Indexing a reference column

Say I have a reference table like languages with only 20 records. Is it worth indexing a field like language_code (e.g. en, es) that's frequently used in queries? I'm wondering if an efficient server ...
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Why should I use InnoDB and MySql instead of XtraDB and MariaDB? [closed]

Why should I use InnoDB and MySql instead of XtraDB and MariaDB, except that InnoDB and Mysql happen to be installed by default on my servers? Why isn't MariaDB and XtraDB installed by default ...
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Install MariaDB and MySQL in CentOS 6 32bit in same server

I'm trying to install MariaDB with MySQL in the same server but got this errors: Setting up Install Process Resolving Dependencies --> Running transaction check ---> Package MariaDB-client.i686 ...
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Can I have a Distributed Database in which one database is MariaDB and the other one is MySQL Cluster?

This is a hypothetical question of course, I just want to know, because that's one of the question i'm going to be asked in my presentation and I have a feeling that the answer is "yes" after all my ...
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How do I determine how much data is being written per day through insert, update and delete operations?

The longevity of SSDs is largely determined by the amount of bytes written by insert, update and delete operations. What is the best way to accurately determine how much data is being written by ...