Tagged: mariadb

mysql workbench for linux

Simple guide to install MySQL WorkBench for Linux (Ubuntu & RHEL/CentOS)

MySql Workbench for Linux is GUI (Graphical User Interface) for MySql. It acts as a graphical frontend for MySql databases & is used extensively by Developers, DBAs & Database Architects alike. MySql workbench for...

Easy guide to install MySQL on Ubuntu

MySQL is one of the most famous Free & Open Source Relational Database system. MySQL uses a relational database & structured query language (SQL) to manage all the data. Its one of the most...

creating LEMP server

Beginner’s guide for creating LEMP server

In our previous tutorials, we discussed Nginx server & its installation. Since this is a web server, it can replace apache in LAMP stack (read about LAMP stack HERE). So synonym for combination of ...

configuring mariadb

Installing & Configuring MariaDB on RHEL/CentOS

MariaDB is an open-source Relational Database & is a community developed forked-out version of MySQL database. MariaDB has replaced MySQL as default database in RHEL/CentOS 7. In this tutorial, we are will be discussing...

mariadb administration commands

MariaDB administration commands for beginners

Earlier we have learned to install & secure MariaDB server on Centos/RHEL 7, which is now the default database of RHEL/CentOS 7 onwards.We will now discuss some useful MariaDB administration commands. These are some...

master slave replication

Step by Step guide for creating Master Slave replication in MariaDB

In our earlier tutorials,we have already learned to install & configure MariaDB  & also learned some basic administration commands for managing MariaDB. We are now going to learn to setup a MASTER SLAVE replication...

reset root password in mysql

Step by step guide to reset root password in Mysql

Working with MySQL or MariaDB database, you might have faced a situation where you might have forgotten root or another user’s password or being SysAdmin, you might have had to deal with users who...