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IGNITION is the preparation necessary for a successful launch of a MySQL ecosystem for an Oracle DBA. This volume covers the preparation needed to be ready for ongoing production administration of …

IGNITION is the preparation necessary for a successful launch of a MySQL ecosystem for an Oracle DBA. This volume covers the preparation needed to be ready for ongoing production administration of MySQL.

We discuss:

* Translation – Understanding the MySQL terminology
* Installation – Knowing the options for MySQL distributions
* Protection Detail – Security of MySQL information
* The Dashboard – Understanding what to monitor in MySQL
* Mechanics – Understanding more of MySQL Internals including storage engines
* Redundancy – Maintaining multiple copies via MySQL replication
* Checklists – Double checking and cross referencing your ecosystem

NOTE: This is Volume 1 of a two part series

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  • 1. IGNITION MySQLCamp for the Oracle DBA Class of 2010.04 Ronald Bradford - Instructor http://ronaldbradford.com LIFTOFF - 2010.04 MySQL4OracleDBA.com
  • 2. O PE R AT I N G PLAN Translation Installation Protection Detail The Dashboard Mechanics Redundancy Checklists LIFTOFF - 2010.04 MySQL4OracleDBA.com
  • 3. T R A N S LATION Don’t Assume LIFTOFF - 2010.04 MySQL4OracleDBA.com
  • 4. T R A N S LATION READ_COMMITTED != READ_COMMITTED LIFTOFF - 2010.04 MySQL4OracleDBA.com
  • 5. T R A N S LATION NUMBER != NUMERIC/DECIMAL LIFTOFF - 2010.04 MySQL4OracleDBA.com
  • 6. T R A N S LATION START; SQL ... ; COMMIT; != Successful Transaction LIFTOFF - 2010.04 MySQL4OracleDBA.com
  • 7. T R A N S LATION Don’t Assume MySQL is not Oracle What you won’t find What you will find Terminology LIFTOFF - 2010.04 MySQL4OracleDBA.com
  • 8. I N S TA LLAT ION Operating Systems Products Versions Package Types OS Distributions Release Cycles LIFTOFF - 2010.04 MySQL4OracleDBA.com
  • 9. I N S TA LLAT ION Filesystem Locations Multiple Instances Upgrade Procedure Downgrade Procedure LIFTOFF - 2010.04 MySQL4OracleDBA.com
  • 10. I N S TA LLAT ION Best Practice /mysql /etc/my.cnf /etc /etc/profile.d/mysql.sh /data /etc/init.d/mysqld /binlog /log /mysql-version LIFTOFF - 2010.04 MySQL4OracleDBA.com
  • 11. P R OT E C TION DETAIL Default Minimal Recommended LIFTOFF - 2010.04 MySQL4OracleDBA.com
  • 12. P R OT E C TION DETAIL Users Privileges LIFTOFF - 2010.04 MySQL4OracleDBA.com
  • 13. P R OT E C TION DETAIL SQL_MODE LIFTOFF - 2010.04 MySQL4OracleDBA.com
  • 14. T HE DA S HB OAR D Operating System MySQL Logs MySQL Instance INFORMATION_SCHEMA (I_S) LIFTOFF - 2010.04 MySQL4OracleDBA.com
  • 15. M E C HA N I CS Transactions Locking Storage Engines Communication Protocol LIFTOFF - 2010.04 MySQL4OracleDBA.com
  • 16. RE D U N DA N CY Replication Asynchronous Master/Slave(s) Hybrid Topologies The Weakest Link LIFTOFF - 2010.04 MySQL4OracleDBA.com
  • 17. CH E C KL I STS Installation Security Instance Application LIFTOFF - 2010.04 MySQL4OracleDBA.com
  • 18. EX E C U T I ON PLAN MySQL Software MySQL Sandbox RTFM Community Interact, Involve, Relate, Contribute Online Resources LIFTOFF - 2010.04 MySQL4OracleDBA.com
  • 19. G RA D UAT ION L I F TO F F MySQLCamp for the Oracle DBA LIFTOFF - 2010.04 MySQL4OracleDBA.com
  • 20. MySQL4OracleDBA.com RonaldBradford.com LIFTOFF - 2010.04 MySQL4OracleDBA.com