Dec
23

Two little MySQL presents for openSUSE users

Christmas are coming, most of us will be at home, spending some time with their families. Everybody looks forward to it. Everybody is stressed at least a month before to get everything ready and then you are at home, with your family and it’s great. For few days. Then, let’s say it starts to be… Continue reading »

Dec
12

MySQL in obs and openSUSE (current status)

There has been a lot going on in MySQL community and I didn’t blogged about MySQL for some time. So this is a small update regarding MySQL in openSUSE Build Service and in openSUSE in general. This post is intended to let you know what, where and in which version we’ve got in Build Service And as… Continue reading »

Oct
17

MySQL survey results

As I promised a week ago, I’m publishing results of my little MySQL survey. Question that people (including me) are probably the most interested in is what variant(s) of MySQL are people using. No big surprise is that the most used variant (89%) is MySQL Community Server from Oracle. It’s well known default, people know… Continue reading »

Oct
17

How do I handle all those MySQLs

In openSUSE we’ve got currently MySQL Community Server, MariaDB and MySQL Cluster. From all of these we have even multiple versions. Although these packages are different, they are quilte similar. So I’m handling them in a little bit special way. When I was adding MariaDB I knew that packaging will be quite similar to the… Continue reading »

Oct
14

How to contribute in openSUSE Build Service

I promised that I’ll write a post about how you can contribute. There are several ways how to contribute to MySQL, but most of it means modifying packages. And as everything in openSUSE is built using openSUSE Build service, first post will be actually pretty general obs and osc howto. In the next posts, I’ll… Continue reading »

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