MySQL Administrator's Bible
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MySQL Administrator's Bible is designed to provide a solid framework for a beginning MySQL DBA or an intermediate level DBA transitioning from another database platform. The book is divided into two parts---Part 1 covers the fundamentals of MySQL database management, including MySQL's unique approach to such basic database features/functions as SQL queries, data and index types, stored procedures and functions,, triggers and views, and transactions. The authors briefly explain each topic in terms of general database management practices, and then drill down into how they work in a MySQL environment.Part 2 provides comprehensive coverage of major MySQL Server components and processes for which DBAs are responsible---these include: MySQL Server Tuning Query Processing, including authentication and optimization Managing storage engines Caching Backup and Recovery Managing users Partitioning Replication and logging Index tuning Database and performance monitoring Security Managing availability and scalingAppendixes will include a tutorial on basic, foundational SQL programming that all MySQL DBAs need to understand (and often don't), plus reference resources. The companion website will provide code examples, scripts,and data schemas used in the book.
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Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Limited
Publication date: 5/8/2009
Size: 7.40" wide x 9.28" long x 1.96" tall
|Introduction to MySQL|
|Installing and Upgrading the MySQL Server|
|How MySQL Extends and Deviates From SQL|
|MySQL Data Types|
|MySQL Index Types|
|Stored Routines, Triggers and Events|
|Transactions in MySQL|
|MySQL Server Tuning|
|Caching with MySQL|
|Backups, Recovery and Disaster Planning|
|Logging and Replication|
|Query Analysis and Index Tuning|
|Monitoring Your Systems|
|MySQL Data Dictionary|
|Scaling and High Availability Architectures|
|Functions and Operators|