MariaDB Cookbook contains nearly 100 recipes to help you unlock the power of MariaDB.
There are basic recipes for installing MariaDB on Linux, Windows, and Mac OS; but the real usefulness of the book are all of the recipes covering many of the unique features of MariaDB.
A recipe, in this book anyway, is basically a short how-to. Many of the recipes are standalone, but some link together to perform a larger task. In the MariaDB Cookbook there are recipes on replication, TokuDB, Sphinx, dynamic and virtual columns, HandlerSocket, the Cassandra storage engine, the Connect storage engine, and much much more.
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