Category: MySQL

C/C++ | 2009-04-02

Towards a New Modular Replication Architecture

Over the past week, I’ve been refactoring the way that the Drizzle kernel communicates with plugin modules that wish to implement functionality related to replication. There are many, many potholes […]

C/C++ | 2009-03-04

LCOV Code Coverage Pages for Drizzle

Yesterday, Monty and I were fussing around with lcov and genhtml trying to generate code coverage analysis for Drizzle. After a few hours, I was finally able to get some […]

C/C++ | 2009-02-16

A Better Parser Needed?

Taking a little break from refactoring temporal data handling this evening, I decided to run some profiles against both Drizzle and MySQL 5.1.33. I profiled the two servers with callgrind […]

C/C++ | 2009-02-05

Where Drizzle Is Succeeding

Over the past few weeks, I have been happy working on Drizzle. Why have I been happy? Is it because of some new incredible code that will revolutionize the database […]

C/C++ | 2009-01-12

More on Day Numbers – The Actual Code

Like I mentioned in my previous article, I’ve been working on refactoring the temporal data handling in Drizzle. The major problem I’ve been dealing with is poorly or non-documented code. […]

Drizzle | 2009-01-11

So, What Is a Day Number?

Over the past three weeks, I’ve been refactoring the way that Drizzle handles temporal, or time-related, values. It’s been a fun little adventure into an area of the server which […]