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If you are not already one of the 4 million plus users of the MySQL database, you will want to become one after reading this book. MySQL Administrator's Guide is the official guide to installing, administering and working with MySQL 5.0 and MySQL databases. Starting with the basics, you will learn to store, manage and retrieve data in a MySQL database and to eventually manipulate the code behind MySQL 5.0 to customize your database. With the clear examples and tips provided in this comprehensive learning guide, ...

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Overview

If you are not already one of the 4 million plus users of the MySQL database, you will want to become one after reading this book. MySQL Administrator's Guide is the official guide to installing, administering and working with MySQL 5.0 and MySQL databases. Starting with the basics, you will learn to store, manage and retrieve data in a MySQL database and to eventually manipulate the code behind MySQL 5.0 to customize your database. With the clear examples and tips provided in this comprehensive learning guide, you can become a MySQL expert in no time.

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If you’re responsible for one of the world’s 5 million-plus active MySQL installations, you’ll welcome a trustworthy, straight to-the-point administrator’s guide that focuses on the tasks you’ll deal with most often. You’ve got it: MySQL Administrator’s Guide.

Here’s all you need to run programs and set program options; use MySQL server-side scripts and utilities; configure security and access privileges; maintain tables and create backups; read log files; manage query caching; even run multiple MySQL servers on one machine. MySQL’s official author team also presents detailed chapters on replication and optimization; extensive coverage of storage engines (especially InnoDB); and thorough coverage of installation and upgrades on Linux, Unix, Windows, even MacOS. All that, plus more than 25 of the most common MySQL troubleshooting issues and solutions. Bill Camarda

Bill Camarda is a consultant, writer, and web/multimedia content developer. His 15 books include Special Edition Using Word 2003 and Upgrading & Fixing Networks for Dummies, Second Edition.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780672326349
  • Publisher: MySQL Press
  • Publication date: 6/17/2004
  • Pages: 672
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 9.02 (h) x 1.52 (d)

Meet the Author

Paul DuBois is the leading author of books on MySQL topics. His book, MySQL, is widely considered to be the definitive guide to using, administering and programming MySQL. He is currently an employee of MySQL AB and is in charge of editing and maintaining the official English-language documentation for MySQL.

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Table of Contents

1 General information 1
2 Installing MySQL 63
3 Using MySQL programs 197
4 Database administration 207
5 Replication in MySQL 369
6 MySQL optimization 405
7 MySQL client and utility programs 467
8 MySQL storage engines and table types 515
9 The InnoDB storage engine 539
10 Introduction to MaxDB 599
A Troubleshooting problems with MySQL programs 607
B Environment variables 631
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 30, 2004

    extensive documentation

    With what appears to be stunning speed, the open source relational database known as MySQL has been installed on many thousands of sites. Of course, the cost-free nature is its best selling point. With its rise, so too is the necessity for books like this. Its bulk should be reassuring. The MySQL company has put a lot of sweat into making the manual as extensive as possible. Not light reading. But the individual sections should be within your grasp, if you have some sysadmin experience. For example, the introductory sections that deal with installations are on a par of complexity comparable to installing GCC or Tomcat. Not a one click installation. Because MySQL offers a lot of configuration options, if you go with a source distribution. The toughest part may be later, when you have a populated database and you want to optimise it. Unsurprisingly, you will need good prior background in SQL. Take note that this book does not teach you SQL, per se. That is properly the remit of another text. By the way, the book mentions that (finally) stored procedures are implemented. In version 5. Other database vendors, like IBM and Oracle, have had this ability for years, and have hammered on MySQL for its lack. Here, the book could do with an expanded discussion of how to use these procedures. It just has a cursory note. Hopefully, the next edition will improve on this. Because stored procedures are an important performance optimiser in many large databases.

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