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How to Connect to MySQL Remotely with SSH PuTTY Tunnels: A Step-by-Step Guide

In this article, we'll give a brief overview of SSH protocol and tunnel, as well as explore how to connect to a MySQL server remotely using the SSH tunnel created with the help of PuTTY, a popular Windows SSH client.

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How to Move Your Web Server With No Downtime

How do you move your web servers to another location with no downtime?
The answer: the magic of MySQL Master-Master Replication
So, we are in the process of moving our web servers to another location. As usual, we would prefer to move them without anyone really noticing. What we have done is set up a skeleton of web servers in the new location as well as one database server.
Now the trick is, to move without anyone knowing it AND that everything else continues working. In this example, the original location has servers that query the database if there are any new orders and process them. So it is important to keep all the parts of the system running by continually updating the database in the original location. …

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SSH Tunneling between databases with MySQL

Dear Lazyweb

I saw recently an interesting installation at a company. This company had databases in two different locations and they established a connection using SSH tunneling.

The thing that looked very interesting to me is, they setup a dedicated machine that had a MySQL instance on it. That database was mostly empty, but it had a port open on that machine that is a "virtual" tunnel. This allowed you to connect to the databases in the second location but it seemed as if the database is local to the network.
I believe this opens up a SSH tunnel and from my first impressions, it appears to be the case. My question is, how is that setup?

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