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Software Update: MySQL 5.7
MySQL logo (75 pix) MySQL is a powerful open source database server which is especially popular as a website and forum database. Tweakers.net also uses MySQL to include user data, statistics and several review-, meuk- and new products in store. The developers have released a new version from the 5,7-branch. It is version 5.7.9, which is named General Availability by the developers and thus was declared stable. For more information about the enhancements in the 5.5 release, we refer you to this page. Oracle has included the following announcement:
What’s New in MySQL 5.7? (Generally Available)
We proudly announce General Availability (GA) or MySQL 5.7. MySQL 5.7.9 is an extremely exciting new version of the world’s most popular open source database that’s 3x faster than MySQL 5.6, while ook Improving usability, manageability, and security. Some key enhancements include:
Performance & Scalability: Improved scalability and temporary InnoDB table performance, enabling faster online and bulk load operations, and more.
JSON Support: With the newly added JSON support in MySQL, you can now combine the flexibility of NoSQL with the strength of a relational database.
Replication improvements for Increased availability and performance. They include multi-source replication, multi-threaded slave enhancements, online GTIDs, and enhanced semi-sync replication.
Performance Schedule delivering much better insights. We’ve added numerous at new monitoring capabilities, the reduced footprint and overhead, and Significantly improved ease of use with the new SYS Schema.
Security: We are fulfilling “secure by default” requirements and many new MySQL 5.7 features will help users Keep Their database secure.
Optimizer: We have rewritten large parts of the parser, optimizer, and cost model. This has improved maintainability, extend ability, and performance.
GIS: Completely new in MySQL 5.7 and InnoDB-including spatial indexes, use or Boost.Geometry, alongwith Increased completeness and standard compliance.
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