Category Archives: OSCON

OSCON-related

Patch to Add Shutdown Statement to MySQL MariaDB

At the OSCON 2011 MariaDB Birds-of-a-Feather (BoF) session, I suggested adding a MySQL SHUTDOWN statement to Monty, which was written up as WL#232. Other databases have this feature, and it’s very handy when automating management of a cluster of MySQL … Continue reading

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OSCON 2012, Portland

Back to Portland for the 2012 O’Reilly Open Source Conference (OSCON) @oscon. The main themes this year were: looks like 2012 is the year that the Redhat GlusterFS distributed filesystem really takes off. Gluster is the first DFS ready for … Continue reading

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SphinxSearch Day in Santa Clara 2012

“Sphinx Search Day and SkySQL & MariaDB Solutions Day and Drizzle Day” was held today in Santa Clara. I couldn’t make it this time, but wanted to collect the links in one place for future reference. (I did attend Andrew’s … Continue reading

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Humorous NoSQL Videos

NoSQL Better Than MySQL? Episode 1 – MongoDB Is Web Scale Hitler’s Hadoop and NoSQL Downfall Parody O’Reilly MySQL CE 2010: Brian Aker, “A Guide to No-SQL”

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OSCON 2011, Portland

Once again, the O’Reilly Open Source Conference (OSCON) was held in Portland, Oregon. It was held in parallel at the Oregon Convention Center with the O’Reilly OSdata and OSjava Conferences at the beginning of the week, and then later a … Continue reading

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