Tagged with "binlog"
Seconds_Behind_Masterand identified some of its shortcomings. While it's not a completely useless metric, it's also not a very helpful one. What we probably really want is an absolute measure of replication latency, and we'll look at one way of accomplishing that today. ... read more
sync_binlog, which is, indeed, a counter, and while we discussed that it can be used to tune a MySQL database's durability, we didn't really dig much deeper. Over the next little while, we'll do just that ... read more
Din ACID stands for Durability, which is the property that guarantees a committed transaction will be permanently recorded. Perfect durability is impossible, but MySQL allows us to improve our ability to offer this guarantee this through the
sync_binlogflag. ... read more