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15 Useful MySQL/MariaDB Performance Tuning and Optimization Tips

MySQL is a powerful open source Relational Database Management System or in short RDBMS. It was released back in 1995 (20 years old). It uses Structured Query Language which is probably the most popular choice for managing content within a database. The latest MySQL version is 5.6.25 and was released on 29 May 2015. Even though […]

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MariaDB vs. MySQL: What Are the Main Differences Between Them

This article is an in-depth comparison of MariaDB vs. MySQL based on license model, popularity, features, performance, and support. The MariaDB and MySQL database management systems have a lot in common, which can make it difficult to choose when you n…

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Master-Slave Replication (MySQL 8) on Ubuntu 20.04

Sometimes users need to replicate data from one MySQL DB server to one or more MySQL DB servers automatically. In this article, we will learn how to set up master-slave MySQL database replication in Ubuntu 20.04.
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What Is LAMP Stack? What Is LAMP Used For?

The LAMP stack is a popular software bundle using open source components to build and deliver web applications. Developers know LAMP because it has been a basis for web development since the late 1990s. With open-source tools for an operating system (Linux), web server (Apache), database server (MySQL), and programming language (PHP), the stack is an efficient and […]

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Create a New MySQL User via phpMyAdmin

The continuous usage of phpMyAdmin as a GUI frontend for managing MySQL/MariaDB databases for sites like WordPress is making website administration achievable even by newbie users. You do not need to arm yourself with the prowess and accuracy of highlighting and implementing long SQL queries to unlock some meaningful strides in database management. One key […]

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How to Install LAMP Stack on AlmaLinux 8

In this guide, we feature the installation of LAMP on AlmaLinux 8. LAMP is a popular open-source software stack that is mostly used for testing and hosting web applications. It’s an acronym for Linux Apache MariaDB / MySQL and PHP. It compromises a web server ( Apache ), a database server ( MariaDB or MySQL […]

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How to Install the Latest MySQL 8 on Debian 11

MySQL is a relational database management system based on SQL (Structured Query Language). It is one of the most widely used database software for several well-known applications that utilize it. MySQL is used for data warehousing, e-commerce, and logging applications, but its most used feature is web database storage and management. Debian 11 comes with […]

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How to Install MySQL 8.0 on Rocky Linux and AlmaLinux

The post How to Install MySQL 8.0 on Rocky Linux and AlmaLinux first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides .Written in C, MySQL is an open-source, cross-platform, and one of the most widely used Relational Database Management Systems (R…

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How to Install Damn Vulnerable Web Application on Rock Linux 8

In the following tutorial, you will learn How to Install Damn Vulnerable Web Application on Rock Linux 8. Damn Vulnerable Web Application (DVWA) is a PHP and MySQL web application that is a free and open-source vulnerable web application. Its main goal is to aid security professionals in testing their skills and tools with various […]

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How to Import and Export MySQL Databases in Linux

Importing and exporting MySQL or MariaDB databases is a regular task in system administration. You can use data dumps to back up and restore your databases or migrate them to a new server. Learn how to import and export databases in Linux here.
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How to Install WordPress on AlmaLinux 8

WordPress is free, open-source and one of the best content management systems around the world. It is based on PHP and uses MySQL/MariaDB as a database backend.
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How to Setup MySQL Master-Slave Replication on RHEL 8

The post How to Setup MySQL Master-Slave Replication on RHEL 8 first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides .
MySQL Replication is a process where data from one server is automatically copied or replicated onto another backup server in r…

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How To Create a New User and Grant Permissions in MySQL

MySQL is a popular and widely used database management system that stores and organizes data and allows users to retrieve it. It comes with a vast array of options that grant users certain permissions
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How to Fix “MySQL ERROR 1819 (HY000):” in Linux

When creating a MySQL user with a relatively weak password, you might encounter the error ‘MySQL ERROR 1819 (HY000): Your password does not satisfy the current policy requirements’. Technically, this is not an error,
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Basic MySQL Security

After installing MySQL Set the root passwoord using mysqladmin -u root password new-password login as root and run the following comands drop database test; use mysql; delete from db; delete from user where not (host=”localhost” and user=”root”); flush privileges;

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Optimize and repair all mysql tables

mysqlcheck -o -u root -p –all-databases

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Reset the mysql root password

Stop the mysql daemon Restart mysql using the command mysqld_safe –skip-grant-tables Now you should be able to connect as root Once connected run the following: update user set Password=PASSWORD(‘new-password’) where user=’root’; then flush privileges exit mysql restart mysql and you should be able to login with the new password

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