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Had a similar issue, myself, where my app could connect from Visual Studio, but not when published to a server. Nothing here resolved it for me, though zaratustra's post helped, but so I thought I'd link to my post - ORA-01017: invalid username/password;logon denied - to show how to troubleshoot these - or at least, how I did, before I gave up and posted my ...
I had the same issue and nothing of the above helped. In my case it was just an invalid domain (= no domain). Once I changed from localhost to localhost.localdomain (in /etc/hostname and sysconfig) everything worked fine.
I don't know much about graph database system and their capabilities but several traditional (SQL) database systems have options to store and manipulate XML documents: PostgreSQL: there is a XML data type and quite a lot of XML functions since version 8.3. SQL Server: has support for XML Data since version 2012 (and as announced this year, the DBMS will be ...
To setup mysql database server, follow step by step of below given URL http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/how-to-install-mysql-under-rhel/
Another solution: The .oui file is available in the part2of2/install directory. Just copy that file and paste it in part1of2/install and run the ./runInstaller. It worked for me.
If the SSH drops without putting the mysql session into the background (along with nohup), then the DB connection is at the SSH session's mercy. So, yes, mysql would care about the lifecycle of the SSH session. You should launch it with & at the end as follows: nohup mysql -u root -p mydb < mydb.sql & Then, you can walk away feeling OK (you ...
The design should be according to your requirements. If your requirement includes to store only some columnar data that are mostly required (mostly not null) then use tables with relations (foreign keys). If you just need some logging with situational tree structure data then use JSONB. For example, suppose that you store io_counters when counters are ...
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