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This post discusses the official launch of our #MySQLHA Crowdchat. This CrowdChat is brought to you by Severalnines and is hosted by a community of subject matter experts. CrowdChat is a community platform that works across Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn to allow users to discuss a topic using a specific #hashtag. We are focusing on the hashtag #MySQLHA in this CrowdChat.
In this blog post, we’ll look into how ClusterControl can help you solve problems related to query performance using the Query Monitor.
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In this blog post, we’ll show you how to use ClusterControl to monitor multiple MySQL instances running on one host.
Of the different types of clustered MySQL environments, NDB Cluster is among the ones that involves more effort and resource to administer. And unless you are a command line freak, you would want to use a tool that gives you a full view of what is going on in your cluster. It is possible to install ClusterControl and monitor your existing MySQL Cluster (NDB). In this blog post, we are going to show you on how to add two existing MySQL Clusters (production and staging) into ClusterControl.
You have created a large database with thousands of tables (> 5000 in MySQL 5.6). Then you want to create a backup using xtrabackup. Or, if it is a Galera cluster, you have to recover a galera node using wsrep_sst_method=xtrabackup[-v2].
In this example we will look at how you can use ClusterControl to create a user and assign privileges to the user. We will create a user that has enough privileges to perform an xtrabackup.
During the life cycle of Database installation it is common that new user accounts are created. It is a good practice to once in a while verify that the security is up to standards. That is, there should at least not be any accounts with global access rights, or accounts without password. Using ClusterControl, you can at any time perform a security audit.
Requires ClusterControl 1.2.11 or later. Applies to MySQL based clusters. From time to time it is necessary to tune and update your configuration. Here we will show you how you can change/update individual parameters using the ClusterControl UI. Navigate to Manage > Configurations.