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MYSQL 6
Mysql Best Practices

This is a list of Mysql faq(frequently asked questions, or frequently) encountered problems. Noting that almost everything is already covered by the manual, the answers here are intended to be supplements to the manual (rather than simply URLs to the relevant chapter).

Welcome to the Wiki for the Freenode #mysql IRC channel. ... It is my intention that this wiki becomes second only to the MySQL Reference Manual ...
Installing and configuring MySQL
This article describes how I installed mySQL, a very popular relational database, especially as a back-end database for web servers.These are the resources I used when installing mySQL.The easiest way to get mysql running is to use the installed script:I only connect to my database server from localhost. So there is no need for network connections. Therefore, I add this flag to the above script: --skip-networking
Detecting slow queries
It isn't using any code from the MySQL Server, only some headers files. I only used the internals document and implemented the server-side protocol of it.
Detecting slow queries

Proxying requests is pretty simple, just speak the server protocol one side and the client on the other just forward the packets as the come in. Pretty straight-forward.As extension of the initial task we want to find out which queries are causing a slow-down of a server:The first one is supported by the slow-query-log but only has a resolution of 1 second . But the STATUS counters and SHOW PROFILE are only available per session.

MySQL Add-on Module
The MySQL module is an add-on software. The module is not required in order to setup and use the free Trouble Ticket Express help desk software. This is an enhancement module, what allows using a MySQL database to store trouble tickets.

Please do not order any add-on modules prior to installation of the Trouble Ticket Express software on your server. The add-on modules do not require re-installing the software; the script will sense and begin using new modules automatically. In other words, make sure you were able to install the free base module before ordering add-on packages.
MySQL++
MySQL++ is a C++ wrapper for MySQL's C API. It is built around STL principles, to make dealing with the database as easy as dealing with an STL container. MySQL++ relieves the programmer of dealing with cumbersome C data structures, generation of repetitive SQL statements, and manual creation of C++ data structures to mirror the database schema.
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