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Live Backups of MySQL Using Replication | O'Reilly Media
bi-directional replication 2005-06-20 15:39:46 sakshale [Reply | View]. I have two web servers. Both run a server management system based on MySQL databases ...
Ten MySQL Best Practices | O'Reilly Media
Jul 11, 2002 ... A better approach to binary data is to store that data on the file system and store pointers to those files in MySQL. ...
Cooking with MySQL | O'Reilly Media
The fraction of the records that contain unique or non-unique names: mysql> SELECT COUNT(DISTINCT last_name, first_name) / COUNT(*) -> AS 'unique', ...
Checking System Integrity with tripwire | O'Reilly Media
Mar 20, 2003 ... This initialization takes a snapshot or baseline of the files on the system. You then periodically do an "integrity check" to see which ...
Live Backups of MySQL Using Replication | O'Reilly Media
Articles that share the tag backup:. Automated Backups on Tiger Using rsync (122 tags). Live Backups of MySQL Using Replication (62 tags) ...
The Outer Limits of SQL JOINs | O'Reilly Media
A MySQL tutorial on outer joins. ... An outer join is used to include the rows that are "missing" in an inner join. Using our ongoing CD database as an ...
Database Templates with MySQL | O'Reilly Media
Mar 18, 2004 ... Articles that share the tag database:. MySQL FULLTEXT Searching (54 tags). Live Backups of MySQL Using Replication (53 tags) ...
MySQL FULLTEXT Searching | O'Reilly Media
MySQL FULLTEXT Searching. by Joe Stump 06/26/2003. Have you ever wanted to search text stored in your database, but couldn't figure out how to do it ...
Cooking with MySQL | O'Reilly Media
mysql> SELECT COUNT(DISTINCT last_name, first_name) / COUNT(*) -> AS 'unique', -> 1 - (COUNT(DISTINCT last_name, first_name) / COUNT(*)) -> AS 'non-unique' ...
Self-Inflicted SQL | O'Reilly Media
I typed in the sample join exactly as you stated into Mysql, but it doesn't work. Is there another method to doing a self-join? ...
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