MySQL Proxy Meets: Binlogs

Architecture and Technology, Replication and Scale-Out
Location: Ballroom E Level: Intermediate
Average rating: ****.
(4.50, 6 ratings)

Placing the MySQL Proxy between Master and Slave can enhance the flexibility of replication. It starts with a simple binlog extraction tool, goes to filtering and rewriting of binlog events and finishes binlog splitting and merging. Delayed replication is will be a piece of cake.

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Jan Kneschke


Jan Kneschke works for Sun as Senior Software Developer in the MySQL Enterprise Tools team and maintains the MySQL Proxy and the agent component of MySQL Enterprise Monitor.

His favourite programming language is Lua as you can see in the

  • MySQL Proxy,
  • lighttpd and
  • the wormhole Storage Engine.

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04/23/2009 4:46am PDT

This was so far the most interesting session I attended at the conference in terms of its potential and reach for solutions to tough problems. Thanks so much !

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