ChatGPT is the hottest topic in the tech world right now. One story even says that ChatGPT has passed Google’s Level 3 programming interview. I wondered, does that mean ChatGPT is ready to replace MySQL DBAs, too? No. Let me show you why.
Recently, one of our clients was considering encrypting their data at rest using the Percona file-based keyring plugin. To make the process more secure, they considered removing the local keyring_file after MySQL started. So even if someone gets host access, the data files are still protected because they do not have access to the master key used to encrypt the keys for the tables running Encryption at Rest.
Let ChatGPT try its hand at MySQL administration
Let’s see what ChatGPT will say.
I asked ChatGPT the …[Read more]