Archive for the tag 'Mysql'



May 16 2021

MySQL / PostgreSQL on iSCSI Fail to Start at Boot

Published by under Linux,Mysql,Postgresql

You are hosting Mysql or PostgreSQL data directory on iSCSI disks but the service fails to start at server’s boot. The service does not find the directory. However, you can start the service manually if you log on the server once SSH is available. These are logs for Mariadb but they would be similar for […]

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Feb 28 2021

Change Procedure/Function Security Type and DEFINER

Published by under Mysql

Mysql procedures and functions security type is set as DEFINER which is the default value, as described in the “Create Procedure and create function chapter” on one needs to be cautious? Anyone with EXECUTE privilege can run the procedure or function with the DEFINER permissions. This might not be what you want. An error […]

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May 11 2013

Freeradius Usage Graphs

Published by under Freeradius

Radius servers generate a lot of accounting records. Is it worth keeping them? Of course! Beside the fact they could be used to check if a customer was connected at a given date, or find out who got IP address X.X.X.X that same day, the most interesting is to generate Freeradius traffic usage graphs and […]

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May 08 2013

Mysql Stored Procedures Backup

Published by under Mysql

Be aware while backing up Mysql databases: triggers are included by default but NOT the stored procedures/functions. Do not forget to add the –routines switch when running a backup.   mysqldump -u user -p my_database –routines backup.sql   Check your backup scripts before running into a disaster recovery.

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Aug 16 2010

GLPI Ticket User Group Auto Assignment

Published by under GLPI

GLPI user has to select the group he belongs to when creating a ticket or else the field remains empty.This stored procedure automatically assigns all tickets to the user’s group. Setup a cron job on your Mysql server to run it as often as you need.  Also check out how to do a full hardware […]

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