How to Disable MySQL Strict Mode

How to Disable MySQL Strict Mode

To Disable MySQL Strict Mode, edit Add under [mysqld] section Verify MySQL Strict Mode To check if MySQL is running

Find all MySQL databases using InnoDB engine

Find all MySQL databases using InnoDB engine

To find all MySQL database using InnoDB MySQL engine, run MySQL

MySQL root can’t login to phpMyAdmin

MySQL root can’t login to phpMyAdmin

On Debian/Ubuntu MySQL root user can only login using socket. This is done with Plugin. To fix this, first set

MySQL Optimize

MySQL Optimize

Optimize MariaDB Edit file Find On this section, you will see “#skip-external-locking”, add below. This is some basic settings. Now

MySQL

MySQL

MySQL Cluster MySQL 8 Find all MySQL databases using InnoDB engine Find MySQL Server Version Find MySQL Database and Table

Reset MySQL root Password

Reset MySQL root Password

To reset MySQL root password, stop MySQL Start MySQL with Start another terminal, login to MySQL as root Run following

MySQL User

MySQL User

Create a user For local mysql access To allow remote access, run To allow a user to create another user

Debian Allow MySQL root user to login using phpMyAdmin

Debian Allow MySQL root user to login using phpMyAdmin

On Debian/Ubuntu by default MySQL root user can only login from local accounts. To enable login from phpMyAdmin, you need

Configuring MySQL .my.cnf

Configuring MySQL .my.cnf

Add following content Replace DBPASSWORD with your MySQL root password. Now set permission for this file to 600, so no

InnoDB: space header page consists of zero bytes in tablespace

InnoDB: space header page consists of zero bytes in tablespace

On a server, starting MySQL i get following error This was because the server used InnoDB database engine and my.cnf

myisamchk: Argument list too long

myisamchk: Argument list too long

When repairing a large database, i got following error To fix the error, run SOLUTION 1 SOLUTION 2 See MySQL