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Announcing Our New Partnership for MySQL & MariaDB Availability Solutions With Datavail

Today we’re happy to announce that we’ll be partnering with Datavail to provide solutions for continuous & highly available MySQL, Percona Server & MariaDB database operations based on Tungsten Clustering & Datavail Database Services.

Datavail is a renowned, tech-enabled data management, applications, business intelligence, and software solutions provider with a team of 700+ DBAs that look after customers’ database environments.

What are we aiming for?

Together we’re looking to continue to drive momentum in supporting rapid MySQL & MariaDB based application deployments as well as highly available and scalable database implementations for existing and future customers.

This new …

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Case Study: Waiting Room Solutions Relies on MySQL for Web-Based Medical Management Systems

Waiting Room Solutions (WRS) is an award-winning web-based Electronic Medical Records (EMR) and Practice Management System for physicians’ offices. Based in Goshen, NY, WRS serves almost 3,000 users for their needs in charting, medical record filing, payment tracking, prescription and reporting via the SaaS (Software as a Service) model, and WRS has sent over 20,000 electronic prescriptions a month over its secure network.

The Business Challenge

WRS was looking for a robust database for enterprise-class web-based applications with the following features:

1. Security

Medical records and health information are highly confidential, and WRS expected to be fully incompliance with privacy regulations such as the HIPAA Privacy Rule.

2. Data Integrity

It is important to minimize data corruption and inconsistency for medical records, because they directly impact …

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If "root" is access denied

Have you ever encountered that after a successful logins to your mysql then the other day you are not able to login anymore using the root account? To fix it, follow below steps for linux users.

1. Stop Mysql
shell> /etc/init.d/mysql stop
2. Start Mysql Safe
shell> mysqld_safe -skip-grant-tables &

3. Login as root without password
shell> mysql -u root -p

4. Update root password using "UPDATE" statement
shell> UPDATE mysql.user SET password = PASSWORD('yourpassword') WHERE user='root';

5. Stop or kill the mysqld_safe instance

shell> pidof mysqld
shell> kill -TERM TheProcessID 
3. Start Mysql normally
shell> /etc/init.d/mysql start OR
shell> service mysql …

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