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Tag Archives: MySQL
Unter dem Motto We’re Gonna Need A Bigger Database arbeiten Entwickler von Facebook, Google, LinkedIn und Twitter an WebScaleSQL. Hier handelt es sich offiziell um ein Branch von der aktuellen MySQL 5.6. Eine entsprechende Meldung ist auf dem Entwicklerblog bei Facebook zu … Continue reading
MySQL offers a few open source tools which could simplify database development for MySQL databases (e.g. the MySQL Workbench). Nevertheless these tools have their limitations and are not very user friendly (to my mind) if you are used to commercial … Continue reading
If you need a database changelog between two MySQL schemas, give Liquibase a try. First you have to create a XML diff change log between the old and the new schema. With this XML file you are able to create … Continue reading
PostgreSQL supports a variety of replication solutions. These solutions are add-ons, they were not part of the core. Since version 9.0 of PostgreSQL offers a built-in replication solution. The following paper compares the replication of both open source databases MySQL … Continue reading