Category: Database

Python, UnixODBC, MDBTools and Microsoft Access on Fedora 12

This is funny to me in light of my last post. I have installed UnixODBC, I installed the gui tool to manage it and then I installed MDBTools to allow me to connect to a JET database. (This is all

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Fedora and UnixODBC

January of last year UnixODBC spun off non-core code to separate projects of their own. The reasoning they give on their site makes sense. I’m just not sure I follow all the ramifications when it comes to how this works

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Research Thy Foundation Matter

Funniest thing I’ve seen all day. Found it here. It’s a post on how to study MySQL internals. Yes, it has come to this.

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Oracle SQL Developer setup for MySQL on Fedora 10

I started working on a project today that uses the MySQL relational database to save data on the back-end. One of the packages available for Fedora 10, my current desktop OS, is the mysql-gui-tools package. This includes the MySQL Administrator

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A Day with MySQL

I’ve been doing some MySQL database work today. I’ve got to confess that I find working with MySQL to be more than a bit painful. I really think it is unfortunate that it became so popular and is now everywhere.

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MySQL Replication

Anyone who looks at the stuff I tagged to delicious yesterday will see that I ran into some articles on MySQL replication. It all started when I stumbled across an article on setting up a 4 node master-master set up

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MySQL – Not Just for Blogs Any More

Via slashdot – a Register article about the LSST (Large Synoptic Survey Telescope) that will be built in Chile and send data to the U.S. How much data? They are thinking it will be around 30 Terabytes a night.What caught

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