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Stuck with bugs, performance problems, crashes, data corruption, and puzzling output? If you’re a database programmer or DBA, they’re part of your life. The trick is knowing how to quickly recover from them. This unique, example-packed book shows you how to handle an array of vexing problems when working with MySQL. Written by a principal technical support engineer at Oracle, MySQL Troubleshooting provides the background, tools, and expert steps for solving problems from simple to complex.
On Apr 4 Thomas Maher wrote: Book Review: MySQL Troubleshooting
Having read more than half of Oreilly's MySQL books, I can say that the bar for quality is very high in this genre. The MySQL reference manual is indispensible, but to really learn MySQL, you need to read the Oreillys. These classics in particular, are handy to read: Full Review >
On Mar 3 Surachart Opun wrote: Good Stuff - MySQL Troubleshooting
This book has 7 chapters. On the chapter one, It’s explained the simplest about something what I should know before; SQL syntax, MySQL command, some variables and etc. On the chapter two, “You are Not Alone: Concurrency Issues” – Concurrency is important for Database. This chapter is helpful for it. What I learn? For example: Lock and Transactions, Matadata Locking, Monitoring InnoDB Transaction and Concurrency Problems, etc. I believe a lot of DBAs see the lock/concurrency problem. It’s good chapter, that‘s helpful. Anyway, MySQL has a lot of options/variables, So It’s necessary to learn about them. The chapter three, I learned about some options/variables, that effect with database. Good!
That was a little from this book. I rather believe this book is useful for someone who works with MySQL as DBA or Developer.
In this book, it has a good paragraph arrangement. It helps readers easy for reading. It has a lot of examples. It's easy-understand. I think readers can read and practice in the same time. Anyway, I still believe this book be able to figure readers out for MySQL Troubleshooting idea.
What I hope to see more? Maybe... just a little bit.
On the Chapter 4 "MySQL’s Environment", I think It's better to add more examples. Maybe, about OS command-line to help for Troubleshooting :) Full Review >
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