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Basic MySQL installation on Ubuntu Server
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Cenario

The cenario for the installation is an Ubuntu Server with version 14.04 of the operating system. you can download the ISO image for the OS instalation at Canonical's website.

You should perform this install only with the basic platform, maybe choosing only the SSH server in case you're planning remote shell access to this server.

Installation Process

After installing the OS, login

Securing your MySQL server
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After installing a MySQL database server, like the one I posted earlier, if it's going to be a production environment than you should consider securing the instance by eliminating some of the basic vulnerabilities that come with a generic install. Fortunately MySQL and MariaDB already come with a tool for that purpose, called mysql_secure_installation. This program enables to perform the

Ubuntu: Steps to install/update MySQL to the latest DMR
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For learning, testing and keep up with things, one might want to install/update the MySQL version to the latest DMR (Development Milestone Release). At the time of this writing the latest DMR for MySQL is  MySQL Community Server 5.7.8-rc. Having chosen Ubuntu server as my operating system and since this is a development version hence not yet part of an official Ubuntu release, you have to install

On Upgrades to Percona Server 5.7 GA: CentOS 6 Case
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As you probably noted, Percona had finally released Percona Server 5.7 GA two days ago. I had not paid much attention to this branch during last month or so, but as it's GA now I decided to check what's there, how it works and install/upgrade different boxes and VMs to use it.

For testing purposes and for this series of blog posts I am going to build it from Git source (at least on Fedora Core 23), upgrade to it on 32-bit …

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On Upgrades to Percona Server 5.7 GA: Building from Git Source on Fedora
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While writing my first post in this series I was bulding Percona Server 5.7 from Git sources on my wife's Fedora Core 23 box based on this manual page, for my collection of test instances. As I build MySQL and related software from sources …

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Frictionless MySQL installation
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I saw an interesting post about the ability of installing MySQL 5.7 without changing existing tools and procedures. The post is a plea to make MySQL installation frictionless.

That post was followed by a conversation on Twitter, where the recent security enhancements are blamed for getting in the way of existing practices and need a rewrite of installation tools.

I know the problem very well, as I have faced the installation change in MySQL …

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MySQL and Docker on a Mac: networking oddity
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This is a quick post only indirectly related to the series of articles about Docker that I have written recently.

Yesterday I was giving a presentation about Docker in Buenos Aires, and as usual I included a long live demo. Almost all went as expected. There was one …

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Default users in MySQL 5.7
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Among the many New features introduced by MySQL 5.7, we can notice a strong trend towards improving the server security by default. Two features stand out in this respect:

  • A password-less root is no longer the default for new installations. Unless you say otherwise, the default installers mysqld --initialize and the deprecated mysql_install_db will generate a random password which the user needs to change.
  • The anonymous …
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MySQL-Docker operations. - Part 3: MySQL replication in Docker
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Previous Episodes:

MySQL-Docker operations. - Part 1: Getting started with MySQL in DockerMySQL-Docker operations. - Part 2: Customizing MySQL in Docker
With the material covered in the first two articles, we have all the elements needed to set up replication in Docker. We just need to put the pieces together.
If you want to do everything by hand, it will only take a few minutes. …



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MySQL-Docker operations. - Part 2: Customizing MySQL in Docker
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Previous Episodes:


After seeing the basics of deploying a MySQL server in Docker, in this article we will lay the foundations to customising a node and eventually using more than one server, so that we can cover replication in the next one.
Enabling GTID: the dangerous approach.To enable GTID, you need to set five variables in the database server:






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