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mycollab - An open source, free, high performance, stable and secure Java Application Business Platform of Project Management, CRM and Document


MyCollab is the free and open source collaboration tools, it has three existing modules: Project Management, CRM and Document Management. Intuitive UI, rich features, high performance and stable are the advantages compare with various popular tools in the market such as Redmine, Bugzilla, Mantis etc. This open source is included into a trusted commercial product that is deployed on hundreds of companies' servers. MyCollab does work well on both desktop and mobile devices.

docker - Docker container for phpMyAdmin


Run phpMyAdmin with Alpine, supervisor, nginx and PHP FPM. All following examples will bring you phpMyAdmin on http://localhost:8080 where you can enjoy your happy MySQL administration.

hdbc-mysql - This package provides a MySQL driver for Haskell's HDBC library, implemented via bindings to the C mysqlclient library


At the moment, please consider this to be "alpha" software. As far as I can tell, it works. There are some limitations that you should be aware of. This works with MySQL server and client libraries 5.0.75. I haven't tried with 4.x nor 5.1. I suspect that using a server version less than 4.1 won't work, due to lack of support for prepared statements.




centos-ssh-mysql - Docker build of CentOS-7 7


Includes Automated password generation and an option for custom initialisation SQL. Supports custom configuration via environment variables. The latest CentOS-7 based release can be pulled from the centos-7-mysql57-community Docker tag. It is recommended to select a specific release tag - the convention is centos-7-mysql57-community-2.1.0 or 2.1.0 for the 2.1.0 release tag.

go-mysql-server - An extensible MySQL server implementation in Go.


go-mysql-server is a SQL engine which parses standard SQL (based on MySQL syntax), resolves and optimizes queries. It provides simple interfaces to allow custom tabular data source implementations. go-mysql-server also provides a server implementation compatible with the MySQL wire protocol. That means it is compatible with MySQL ODBC, JDBC, or the default MySQL client shell interface.

pquery - pquery is an open-source (GPLv2 licensed) multi-threaded test program, written in C++, created to stress test the MySQL server (in any flavor), either randomly or sequentially, for QA purposes


pquery is an open-source (GPLv2 licensed) multi-threaded test program created to stress test the MySQL server (in any flavor), either randomly or sequentially, for QA purposes. Given it's modern C++ core, it is able to maximise the physical server's queries per second (qps) rate. pquery is an acronym for 'parallel query'. Prebuilt pquery binaries (with statically linked client libraries) for Percona Server, MySQL Server, MariaDB, and WebScaleSQL are available as part of the pquery framework. Please note that v2.0 accepts the same CLI options as v1.0 does, for backwards compatibility. And, alike to v1.0, it can handle a single node setup in that mode. The recommended way to pass all options and params to pquery v2.0 is using a configuration file.