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Setting Up mysql_profile
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To make life easier, this profile needs to be created on every MySQL server we log on.

 

Connect as root and create the following file with correct locations.

 

 

cd /

 

touch /mysql_profile

 

chmod 600 /mysql_profile

 

vi /mysql_profile

 

 

export ERRORLOG=/local/db/mysql      

export DATADIR=/local/db/mysql      

export MYCNF=/etc

export SCRIPTDIR=

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Check / Revoke access for a user
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SINGLE USER:

 

To see which grants a user has do

 

show grants for sdas;

 

+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+

| Grants for …

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Taking consistent mysql dumps
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/usr/local/bin/mysqldump -uroot --p*** --databases prequal --lock-all-tables | gzip) > /home/backup/rebuild_prequal-`hostname -s`.sql.gz 2> /home/backup/rebuild_prequal-`hostname -s`.sql.err.log

 

I kept an eye on the database, and it queued all of the inserts until the backup finished, but allowed the selects to go through, an example of processlist is attached. Maybe we should consider this for some of the smaller databases and slaves

 

START /STOP MySQL daemon
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Apart from the start/stop commands the below commands show the different commands that can also be used to start and stop mysql daemon especially if you have encountered the following errors when you were using the 'normal' start/stop commands:

 

ERROR! MySQL manager or server PID file could not be found!

Starting MySQL.................................. ERROR

 

1: On the server Search for mysqld_safe 

cd /

find . -name mysqld_safe  -print

 

 

(ie found : …

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MySQL On Demand Web Seminars
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http://www.mysql.com/news-and-events/on-demand-webinars/

Error 134
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090326 12:30:54 [ERROR] Got error 134 when reading table './ANYPROV/ORDERS'

 

Reference from Mysql Bug Database

 

http://lists.mysql.org/mysql/51228

 

 

perror 134
 
and get this result:
Unknown error 134
Record was already deleted (or record file crashed)

 

 

 

mysql> check table ORDERS;

+----------------+-------+----------+-------------------------------+

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Example of daily deletion of a table via crontab
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00 08 * * * mysql -uroot -p*** -se 'delete from tacacs.accounting where date < date_sub(now(), interval 90 day);'  > /tmp/delete_accounting.log 2>&1

Deleting master logs script ONLY after checking slaves dont need them
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You can use this script to purge master logs older than the day of the current log.  It checks the slaves are not using the older logs first. 

 

 

Some prechecks:

 

1) create a repl_client user on each slave - i.e

 

GRANT REPLICATION CLIENT ON *.* TO 'repl_client'@'mk-dbxx-1' IDENTIFIED BY 'r3pl';

 

2) Put the master and slave user, pwd and hosts in the section below.

 

3) Set savedays to number of days of logs to keep if more than today+1.

 

4) Make …

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Deleting master logs older than one day in a single command
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mysql -uroot –p*** -e 'show master logs; purge master logs before date_sub(now(), interval 1 day); show master logs;' 



sample output

 

 

+------------------+------------+

| Log_name         | File_size  |

+------------------+------------+

| mysql-bin.000325 | 1073741878 |

| mysql-bin.000326 | 532809491  |

+------------------+------------+

+------------------+------------+

| Log_name         | …



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Moving the whole datamysql base to a new location
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Occasionally, mysql is installed in the wrong filesystem, and as the data build, the filesystem runs out of space. Moving the database is relatively straight forward

 

1.      Ensure there is a good, recent backup. Take an extra backup to be on the safe side

 

2.      Decide where the files will be moved to and create any subdirectories as required. Ensure the permissions are correct

 

            cd /local/mysql

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