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MySQL Cluster Administration Tools 0.3.1 (Default branch)

The MyCAT project is a toolset for managing MySQL/Linux servers, and could be helpful for anyone managing a network of *nix servers whether running MySQL Cluster, standard replication, or not running MySQL at all. At present, it contains three programs. rcall eases use and administration of groups (clusters) of *nix servers by creating logical groupings and a single location from which to run commands on all servers while entering it only once. It requires only an SSH connection. rep_mon is a replication monitor that notifies if a server is lagging or has encountered any errors. It handles any replication topology easily. binlog_mon monitors disk space used by MySQL binary logs, purging only when disk space is needed. It checks all slaves to ensure that purged files are not still being read by slaves. It has configurable behavior in the event that a slave still needs the oldest file. License: GNU General Public License (GPL) Changes:
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Session::Lock::MySQL(3) 				User Contributed Perl Documentation				   Session::Lock::MySQL(3)

NAME
Apache::Session::Lock::MySQL - Provides mutual exclusion using MySQL SYNOPSIS
use Apache::Session::Lock::MySQL; my $locker = Apache::Session::Lock::MySQL->new(); $locker->acquire_read_lock($ref); $locker->acquire_write_lock($ref); $locker->release_read_lock($ref); $locker->release_write_lock($ref); $locker->release_all_locks($ref); DESCRIPTION
Apache::Session::Lock::MySQL fulfills the locking interface of Apache::Session. Mutual exclusion is achieved through the use of MySQL's GET_LOCK and RELEASE_LOCK functions. MySQL does not support the notion of read and write locks, so this module only supports exclusive locks. When you request a shared read lock, it is instead promoted to an exclusive write lock. CONFIGURATION
The module must know how to connect to your MySQL database to acquire locks. You must provide a datasource name, a user name, and a password. These options are passed in the usual Apache::Session style, and are very similar to the options for Apache::Session::Store::MySQL. Example: tie %hash, 'Apache::Session::MySQL', $id, { LockDataSource => 'dbi:mysql:database', LockUserName => 'database_user', LockPassword => 'K00l' }; Instead, you may pass in an already opened DBI handle to your database. tie %hash, 'Apache::Session::MySQL', $id, { LockHandle => $dbh }; AUTHOR
This module was written by Jeffrey William Baker <jwbaker@acm.org>. SEE ALSO
Apache::Session perl v5.12.1 2008-01-08 Session::Lock::MySQL(3)

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