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ok, so i found a solution, seing how apparently my default admin password got messed up i ran a ' find /oracle/ -iname 'apxchpwd.sql' Search command once i got the location of the file, i logged in sqlplus as sysdba, then ran @[complete_apxchpwd.sql_path] got prompted for the new password, typed it in, and voila
Workarounds BigDump http://www.ozerov.de/bigdump/ It executes only a small part of the huge dump and restarts itself. The next session starts where the last was stopped to keep you from running into your server’s limits. Instructions for using it are on the BigDump website. Basically you place your SQL file in a folder on your server, along with the ...
I see two possible reasons: Your installation script is not correct and failed to create the tables correctly The CentOS installation does not have InnoDB installed (or activated). MySQL will not tell you about it if you request a non-existing storage engine (or at least not loud and clear)
In the link that Dimitar provided, the question itself hints at a solution - if you're putting this in a script, you could add the SET PASSWORD line with an empty password. export DEBIAN_FRONTEND=noninteractive sudo debconf-set-selections <<< 'mariadb-server-10.0 mysql-server/root_password password PASS' sudo debconf-set-selections <<< ...
You need root password to achieve non-interactive installation of MariaDB 10.
You may have been unaware of this, but everything and its grandmother done in MySQL is a question. In light of this, the real question is : To mysqld, what is a Question ? According to the MySQL Documentation on Questions: The number of statements executed by the server. This includes only statements sent to the server by clients and not statements ...
You should use MySQL command line client and execute these queries say every 1,5 minute and observe the values. show global status like 'Connections'; show global status like> 'Aborted_connects'; Make sure that you have Connections value is as expected and there should not be 'Aborted_connects' If 'Aborted_connets' are increasing then you ...
I would suggest you to use active-passive cluster with drbd. Active-Active leads to more problems then it solves especially if you use MySQL as database because you can't run 2 MySQL Daemons on the same Database! Creating drbd cluster is simple. You have to do the following steps on both servers. Create a partition for share Create a drbd config with the ...
PostgreSQL doesn't support spanning a single table over multiple tablespaces directly. You can use table partitioning to create a "master" table, with child tables on different tablespaces. It's a bit tricky and it means you can't use foreign keys or enforce a proper unique constraint on the primary key, so it's not generally the preferred option. A more ...
You can run vacummn analyze command on the table so that it release the stale memory(not in use or space required by table for rows which are deleted) which can be used to add new row into table.
You are correct, tablespaces only allow moving entire tables to new drives / file systems, not extending existing the space for existing ones. In theory you could muck around with symlinks to move individual postgresql data files to other drives manually, but that could be problematic (and must be done while postgresql is not running).
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