Tag: innodb
InnoDB Recovery toolset Version 0.3 Released
14 Apr2008

Even though I didn’t go to MySQL conf this year (really sad about this), this week is gonna be most active in the community so I decided to do some community stuff too ๐Ÿ™‚ Today I’ve released version 0.3 of our innodb recovery toolkit. Now it became much faster, stable and accurate. At this moment it is possible to recover almost any table from corrupted/deleted tablespace without so much effort as it was before. Here is a short changes list (since 0.1 announced here):

  • More MySQL data types added: DECIMAL (both old and new), DATE, TIME
  • CHAR data type handling improved in table definitions generator
  • Indexes filtering added to page_parser
  • 64-bit stat() support added to all tools
  • Linux has no isnumber() function so we define our own implementation (pretty simple)
  • Lots of fixes in create_defs.pl script – now it generates definitions which could recover your data in 80% cases w/o any changes.
  • Min/max record size calculation fixed in constraints-based parser.
  • Nullable fixed-size columns support is fixed.
  • Debug logging is much cleaner now.

As always, if you need any help with your recovery, we would love to help.

Data Recovery Toolkit for InnoDB Released
26 Nov2007

I’m returned from my 1-week vacation today and want to say – I’ve never been so productive as I was there ๐Ÿ˜‰ Blue ocean, hot sun and white sand really helped me to finish my work on the first release of one really awesome project.

Today I’m proud to announce our first public release of the Data Recovery Toolkit for InnoDB – set of tools for checking InnoDB tablespaces and recovering data from damaged tablespaces or from dropped/truncated InnoDB tables.

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MySQL Performance Blog – Great resource for MySQL DBAs
8 Jun2006

At this week I came across great blog of Peter Zaitsev and Vadim Tkachenko – two developers from High Performace Group at MySQL Inc. This blog’s name is MySQL Performance Blog and, as you probably assume, it is about misscelaneous sides of MySQL optimization and related stuff. So, if you are MySQL administrator or, even, developer, that works with MySQL, I would advise you to take a look at this blog – there are lots of useful MySQL optimization info.