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How to make MySQL table name case insensitive in Ubuntu?

I am using Ubuntu 13.10 and MySQL 5.6 and I know database name and table name are case sensitive in Ubuntu (and some other *nix environments) by default. Now, I want to make MySQL work as case ...
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How do I allow remote mysql access to all users?

I have setup a mysql server on unbuntu. The server hosts websites for my various clients. Hence, I want all of them(and any new clients) to have remote access to the mysql server. How do I configure ...
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How to run specific version (8.4, 9.1) of postgresql pg_* command (e.g., pg_dump)

I have Postgresql versions 8.4 and 9.1 installed. For any given Postgresql command, how do I specify a specific version of the command to run? (e.g., psql, pg_dump, pg_ctlcluster, pg_restore, ...) ...
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Trying to get multiple mysql instances running on Ubuntu dev box

I'm trying to get multiple instances of mysql running on a dev box for some testing. This guy is running ubuntu so the setup's a little different than our production setups. I'd like to find the ...
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Disk I/O Utilization at 95%

My disk I/O utilization is at 95% at my MySQL server. What are steps I could take to fix this? It is a Ubuntu VP with 16 GB Memory and 8 cores. Here is a screen-shot of the load:
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multiple requests shut down mysql

I have some problems with my mysql database. I configured a server with the database and other services (apache, php) and put run multiple applications. There are two problems. Every day at the ...
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MySQL said “InnoDB: Initializing buffer pool, size = 128.0M”, does it mean it is using 128MB RAM?

I am just using a very few InnoDB tables (e.g. less than 1MB), but during MySQL startup, it said InnoDB: Initializing buffer pool, size = 128.0M Does it mean even I am using in such a small size, ...
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Moving postgresql data directory

I moved postgresql's data directory by following the following steps: Stop postgres cp -a source_data_directory destination_data_directory export PGDATA=destination_data_directory Changing data ...
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Install MariaDB without password prompt in Ubuntu

I need to install MariaDB server in Ubuntu without password prompt. For this purpose, I execute the following commands, but it doesn't gave me any progress. It again shows password prompt. I used the ...
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MySQL queries are 10 to 100 times slower after OS reboot

I have a MySQL server running on Ubuntu. If I restart the MySQL, everything is fine. If I however restart the OS, my queries take anywhere from 10 times to 100 times as long. The only "solution" to ...
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MySQL my.cnf Optimization

We are an email marketing company and we recently switched our setup to MySQL. We need to configure MySQL (my.cnf) for extreme performance. We have tried to configure my.cnf but heavy queries got ...
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Questions since MySQL Startup

Have a weird question / (bug?) here. Using PHP My Admin I installed via apt-get on Ubuntu 13.10 Versions are as follows: Server version: 5.5.35-0ubuntu0.13.10.2 - (Ubuntu) Apache/2.4.6 (Ubuntu) ...
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PostgreSQL: SET-ing from psql arguments

Following this answer regarding limiting resources per query in PostgreSQL, I've been advised to set a timeout value for query execution: SET statement_timeout TO '1min'; This is great, but ...
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How to set a specific directory location for individual MySQL database?

Is it possible to set each database in MySQL to use a separate datadir? I'm running a userdir development (sandbox) server and would like to put the MySQL data files for the database(s) for that user ...
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What's a free client for Oracle 8 on Linux / Ubuntu? [closed]

I need to connect to a legacy Oracle 8 database. Oracle SQL Developer would be my tool of choice, but the current version doesn't support Oracle 8 anymore. I tried Squirrel too, but the connection ...
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Very large btree index with few rows (openstreetmap gis data)

I tried to import a subset of open street map data to a Postgres database using the standard tool (osm2pgsql). I then tried to rebuild the indices on the table using plain sql (dropping them, then ...
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My MySQL Server Died

Approximately 1 time per week my MySQL server is shutting down. This is what the log looks like: 2016-03-18 13:46:25 13166 [Warning] Buffered warning: Changed limits: max_open_files: 1024 (...
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Why can I not start mysql server on ubuntu after change the innodb_flush_log_at_trx_commit value to be 2?

Why can I not start mysql server on ubuntu after change the innodb_flush_log_at_trx_commit value to be 2 ? updated to answer the 3 questions: mysql> show variables like 'version%'; +--------------...
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Mysql master-master permission replication issue

I came to know it's safe to replicate mysql database to have the users and permissions replicated, from a post in ServerFault is-it-ok-to-replicate-mysql-db. I have setup master-master replication ...
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Authentification failure for PostgreSQL server (9.3)

I can currently not connect to my Postgresql server (9.3) from pgadmin (Running on Ubuntu 14.04). The server according to pg_lsclusters is on port 5433. Ver Cluster Port Status Owner Data ...
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Upgrading MariaDB Galera cluster from 5.5 to 10.0 - rolling upgrade possible?

I've had a good search around and cannot find much on the topic. We want to upgrade our live MariaDB 5.5 Galera cluster to the MariaDB 10.0 branch, ideally without any downtime. We installed ...
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postgresql.conf file found in both /usr/share/postgresql and /etc/postgresql/

While troubleshooting another issue I noticed that in my Ubuntu 14.04 system there are two postgresql directories containing a postgresql.conf file: /usr/share/postgresql /etc/postgresql/9.3/main/ ...