Installing MariaDB became very easy on the latest CentOS /RHEL Linux version 7. During initial setup MariaDB has a tick in the graphical setup environment which enables MariaDB and replaces MySQL.
During installation the section
allows enabling a MariaDB server.
If you prefer the command line the installation can be performed with:
shell> yum install mariadb-server
MariaDB is shipped untuned and not protected with MariaDB version 5.5.35. No basic optimizations in the configuration file have been set and the root user has no password. An update will install the[Read more...]