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Instant InnoDB

Instant InnoDB

by Matthew Reid
88 Pages · 2013 · 1.14 MB · 4,143 Downloads · New!
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Getting Started with MariaDB
by Daniel Bartholomew
100 Pages · 2013 · 1.25 MB · 2,503 Downloads · New!
In the modern age, storing data is of paramount importance, and this is where databases enter the picture. MariaDB is a relatively new database that has become very popular in a short amount of time. It is a community-developed fork of MySQL and it is designed to be an enhanced and backward compatible database solution.
Expert MySQL, 2nd Edition
by Charles Bell
640 Pages · 2012 · 5.65 MB · 2,279 Downloads · New!
Expert MySQL is the leading reference for learning, understanding, and extending the MySQL server. It unlocks the full promise of open source by showing how to modify the code, create your own storage engine, build your own authentication plugins, and even add your own functions and commands to the SQL language. No other book provides the level of detail or the extensive examples of the inner workings of MySQL that have taken engineers years to master. Expert MySQL is a must have book for all systems integrators, engineers, and software developers working with the MySQL server code.
MySQL High Availability, 2nd Edition
by Charles Bell
762 Pages · 2014 · 17.71 MB · 2,036 Downloads · New!
Server bottlenecks and failures are a fact of life in any database deployment, but they don’t have to bring everything to a halt. This practical book explains replication, cluster, and monitoring features that can help protect your MySQL system from outages, whether it’s running on hardware, virtual machines, or in the cloud.
MySQL Cookbook, 3rd Edition
by Paul DuBois
866 Pages · 2014 · 14.34 MB · 4,263 Downloads · New!
MySQL’s popularity has brought a flood of questions about how to solve specific problems, and that’s where this cookbook is essential. When you need quick solutions or techniques, this handy resource provides scores of short, focused pieces of code, hundreds of worked-out examples, and clear, concise explanations for programmers who don’t have the time (or expertise) to solve MySQL problems from scratch.
MySQL Management and Administration with Navicat
by Gökhan Ozar
134 Pages · 2012 · 4.28 MB · 2,489 Downloads · New!
Any database designer who wants to accomplish both everyday tasks and more advanced actions with a few clicks or drag-and-drops can now do so using Navicat’s advanced tools and this book.
Mastering phpMyAdmin 3.4 for Effective MySQL Management
by Marc Delisle
394 Pages · 2012 · 13.73 MB · 1,086 Downloads · New!
phpmyAdmin is one of the most widely used open source applications, which is written in PHP. phpMyAdmin supports a wide range of operations with MySQL. Currently, it can create and drop databases, create/drop/alter tables, delete/edit/add fields, execute any SQL statement, manage keys on fields, manage privileges, export data into various formats and is available in 52 languages. phpMyAdmin is a web-based front-end to manage MySQL databases and has been adopted by a number of Open-Source distributors. Mastering phpMyAdmin 3.4 for Effective MySQL Management is an easy-to-read, step-by-step practical guide that walks you through every facet of this legendary tool phpMyAdmin and takes you a step ahead in taking full advantage of its potential. This book is filled with illustrative examples that will help you understand every phpMyAdmin feature in detail. This is the official guide to this popular MySQL web interface. It starts with installing and configuring phpMyAdmin, including the phpMyAdmin Configuration Storage, which is the key to its advanced features. This is followed by configuring authentication in phpMyAdmin and setting parameters that influence the interface as a whole. You will also learn some advanced features such as defining inter-table relations with the advanced Designer module. You will practice synchronizing databases on different servers and managing MySQL replication to improve performance and data security. Moreover, you will also store queries as bookmarks for their quick retrieval. In addition to it, this book helps you to learn new features introduced in version 3.4.x such as users preferences, producing charts and the visual multi-table query builder.