my company tried the mysql-proxy about one year ago(may be more) but could
not use it
for not being multithreaded. They say they spoke to the 'mysql-proxy'
Is this still true? Are there any limitation on using mysql proxy on a high
load production server?
Will it be completely(almost) transparent?
2009/3/24 Baron Schwartz <baron@stripped>
> There are a couple of other proxies, including Dormando's proxy. But
> none of them is an official release.
> You should tell your customer that mysql-proxy is a core part of MySQL
> Enterprise. Its alpha status means that it is subject to change (as
> they develop MySQL Enterprise they may discover different features
> they don't foresee now). The alpha status doesn't mean it is unstable
> or poor quality, it is used in production in thousands of major
> On Tue, Mar 24, 2009 at 4:26 AM, Moon's Father
> <yueliangdao0608@stripped> wrote:
> > Hi.
> > I want to know if there're a tool which can act as the same funciton as
> > the mysql-proxy?
> > Now we have a customer who want to use mysql-proxy, but he is afraid of
> > alpha version.
> > So I want to know if there're another tool that can replace it?
> > Any reply is appreciated.
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