MySQL Engineering Blogs
MySQL Shell: API Command Line Integration for DevOps
MySQL Shell is a command-line shell for MySQL Server that has the capability for interactive and?batch code execution.??It also offers a wealth of APIs that make it easier and more efficient to work with and manage MySQL servers. In 8.0.13, we made an effort to make those APIs easily accessible...
On-demand primary election
Having a server acting as a primary with multiple secondaries is the most common setup when using Group Replication. Until now though, there was no way to change the current primary member while the group was running without causing some sort of disruption.…
JSFoo, October 26-27, 2018 - with MySQL!
Forum PHP, October 25-26, 2018 with MySQL!
As it was already announced on another blog posted on Oct 16, 2018, MySQL is a Bronze sponsor of Forum PHP show this year. We are going to have a MySQL talk on "MySQL 8.0: What's new" given by Olivier Dasini, the Principal Sales Consultant. His talk is scheduled for October 26th...
Adding Support in MySQL 8 for openSUSE and SLE 15
With the release of MySQL 8.0.13 yesterday, we added support in MySQL 8 for SUSE Linux Enterprise (SLE) 15, the brand new version of one of the key enterprise Linux distros out there. At the same time, we also introduced support for SLE 15’s community twin, openSUSE Leap 15. So as of...
Import JSON to MySQL made easy with the MySQL Shell
The latest release of the MySQL Shell 8.0.13 (GA) introduced some interesting improvements and features, for more information see the full changelog here:?http://www.1244963.com/doc/relnotes/mysql-shell/8.0/en/mysql-shell-news-8-0-13.html. One of those features was the introduction of a convenient...
MySQL InnoDB Cluster – What’s new in the 8.0.13 (GA) release
The MySQL Development Team is very happy to announce the second 8.0 Maintenance Release of InnoDB Cluster! In addition to bug fixes, 8.0.13 brings some new exciting features: Defining the next primary instance “in line” Defining the behavior of a server whenever it drops out of the...
Announcing MySQL Server 8.0.13, 5.7.24, 5.6.42, and 5.5.62
MySQL Server 8.0.13, 5.7.24, 5.6.42, and 5.5.62, new versions of the popular Open Source Database Management System, have been released. These releases are recommended for use on production systems. For an overview of what’s new, please see...
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