Category: MySQL

C/C++ | 2010-03-08

Happiness is a Warm Cloud

Although a few folks knew about where I and many of the Sun Drizzle team had ended up, we’ve waited until today to “officially” tell folks what’s up. We — […]

Drizzle | 2010-01-06

Describing Drizzle’s Development Process

Yesterday, I was working on a survey that Selena Deckelmann put together for open source databases. She will be presenting the results at Linux.conf.au this month. One of the questions […]

MySQL | 2009-12-15

Great Job, MySQL Engineering!

Just a quick note to congratulate MySQL engineering on their next milestone release, MySQL 5.5. There seem to be some excellent new features, some of which have been hotly requested […]

Drizzle | 2009-11-18

Macro Support in new Drizzle Client Console?

Hi all! I’ve been reading through the requested features for the new client on the wiki here: Proposed Client Features BOOTS Console API Design I think all the stuff on […]

C/C++ | 2009-11-04

The Great Escape

This week, I am working on putting together test cases which validate the Drizzle transaction log‘s handling of BLOB columns. I ran into an interesting set of problems and am […]

Drizzle | 2009-10-29

A Month of Milestones

I’m finding myself smiling today. I lay in bed last night thinking about a number of milestones that this month marks for me. October 15th marked four months since the […]

C/C++ | 2009-10-27

Drizzle Replication – The Transaction Log

In this installment of my Drizzle Replication blog series, I’ll be talking about the Transaction Log. Before reading this entry, you may want to first read up on the Transaction […]