|Need to install mysql in php webserver to access remote server mysql database?|
You will not need to install mysql server in your server to access remote
mysql. Mysql drivers also come with php preinstalled so you will not need
to install those drivers as well. However I am guessing you will need to
look in to your mysql host parameter in your app config. It should point to
your actual mysql host in remote. May be ip address of the server your
remote mysql server is in. And your remote mysql server needs to allow your
connections through it as shown in link you provided.
|Unable to login to MYSQL getting error ERROR 2002 (HY000): Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock' (2)|
It seems like a permission issue, try disabling selinuza by using
setenforce 0, then restart the mysql service, also check if mysql has the
right permissions on the mounted device (assuming you mounted as root or a
sudo user that mysql cannot access)
|Could not connect Smartgwt application with mysql database remote server|
You're getting this problem because you must be writing some code that
accesses ClassNotFoundException, SQLException, IOException, in a class that
is contained in the client folder.
Any class in this folder cannot access every Java class.
Your server side logic should be written in a class that is contained by
To understand the project structure of GWT, have a look at the following
To understand why you cannot use every class in client package, have a look
at the following link:
GWT - did you forget to inherit a required module?
|My database is fetching duplicate records when i am working with server 2003 in mysql|
FROM lmsdb.leaves l,
ORDER BY d.DEPTNAME,EMPID ASC;
Your query looks correct. You should check duplicate rows in either table
lmsdb.leaves or in lmsdb.emp_pas_data
|How to access remote MicroSoft SQL Server database from a stored procedure in MySQL|
In short this cannot be done with MySQL federated engine. However you can
setup a link from the remote MSSQL server to a MySQL table using the linked
server feature of the MSSQL server.
If you can set this up you can have a scheduled job populate the MySQL
tables from the MSSQL server side.
I have done the above setup and it is not to difficult.
I would also investigate some ETL tool to do this as it sounds like a ETL
job and not something you want to run via stored procedures.
|Install a Grails War File to remote server including mysql database|
deploying war is just a matter of putting the .war file in web-apps folder
regarding database, it depends that kind of database you use locally - if
mysql/postres/etc., you have to install it on the host server (how to do
it, depends both on database type and operating system installed on the
server) - or it can be file or in-memory h2 database, but this isn't good
for production I suppose
|Connect to mysql on Amazon EC2 from a remote server - ERROR 2003|
i have in the iptables this line
REJECT all -- anywhere anywhere reject-with
and this line only append the rule to the end of the list so the reject
catch it first
sudo iptables -A INPUT -i eth0 -p tcp -m tcp --dport 3306 -j ACCEPT
to solve it i needed to put the rule higher in the chain, i.e. use -I
switch like this:
sudo iptables -I INPUT -i eth0 -p tcp -m tcp --dport 3306 -j ACCEPT
|Integrating MySQL Community Server 5.6 into Netbeans 7|
Finally got the location of the Admin tool for the MySQL Workbench. The
solution was presented in this article
This URL below gives the general location in the admin tool in the
C:Program FilesMySQLMySQL Workbench CE 5.2.47MySQLWorkbench.exe
Filling the Path/URL to Admin tool with the above file does work for me
hope, it works for you too.
|MYSQL: Getting existing primary key when inserting record with duplicate unique key?|
If I try to add a record that has the same sha-1 hash as an existing
record, I just want to get the primary key of the existing record. I
can use something like "INSERT ... ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE" or "INSERT
IGNORE" to prevent an exception when trying to insert a record with a
existing hash value.
If you have an UNIQUE index on a column, no matter what you tried, the RDMS
will not allow duplicates in that column (except for the NULL value).
As you said, there is solution to prevent "error" if this appends. Probably
INSERT IGNORE in your case.
Anyway, INSERT and UPDATE modify the database. MySQL never return values
for these statements. The only way to read your DB is to use a SELECT
Here the "workaround" is simple, since you have an UNIQUE column:
|Error deploying adf application on integrated weblogic server using mysql database|
I have found that as well as all of the fluffy around copying the mysql jar
to the weblogic dir, it is also necessary to ensure that the library is
exported from your Model project properties.
i.e. Project Properties -> Libraries and ClassPath -> Add Library (Ensure
I hope this helps
|MySQL Trigger Error #2013 - Lost connection to MySQL server during query|
./ is used when the file is in the current working directory.
|Trying to connect to mysql server for the first time and get an error messange: "mysql: command not found"|
Your terminal application doesn't know where to locate the mysql program.
For example, if you installed xampp in C:/xampp, you open a command prompt,
cd to C:/xampp/mysql/bin and then run your command, which should work now.
Edit: Just remembered you mentioned OSX, regardless, use the same
principle. In your terminal, cd to the XAMPP install subfolder which
contains the mysql executable app
|I am getting mysql error check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near '?' at line 4|
Try putting quotes around your question mark if it's the value in the
database you're filtering by:
$query_str = "SELECT cm.user_id, chat_message_content, u.firstname
FROM chat_message cm
JOIN user u ON cm.user_id = u.user_id
WHERE cm.chat_id= '?'";
|mysql error Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '192.168.250.99'|
You have to bind your server to that specific IP address
So add this to your my.cnf under [mysqld]
bind-address = 0.0.0.0
for all ip addresses
|duplicate entry to mysql database|
$result2 = mysql_query($query)
that should be
$result2 = mysql_query($query2)
This is why you should name your variables something more meaningful than
$query. Please also read through this: http://bobby-tables.com/php.html
|"ERROR 2013 (HY000): Lost connection to MySQL server during query" while dropping database|
I believe it has to do with InnoDB table corruption. I too had a similar
issue and was able to pinpoint it to a single table. I'm still in the
process of correcting the issue through duplicating the table and removing
the single record that is bad in my case.
This link helped me significantly:
Recovering InnoDB Table Corruption
Sorry for incomplete answer, but this helped me quite a bit once I found
|MySql database allow remote connections|
I had a similar problem and I solved it this way:
Try to create a new user from sql command of phpmyadmin like this:
CREATE USER 'myuser'@'%' IDENTIFIED BY 'mypassword'; GRANT ALL ON *.* to
and use this user for the connection.
|How to connect with remote MySQL database?|
Follow this instructions:
Client PC:(sample ip: 192.168.0.105 want yo connect to mysql server on
- Java app: user: dbuser, pass: dbpass, host: 192.168.0.172
Mysql Server PC:
- On mysql console: GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON *.* TO firstname.lastname@example.org
identified by "dbpass";
Now you have all set to make a remote conection from your client to your
|How to connect to remote MYSQL database via php|
use this code to connect with data base
$username = "database user name";
$password = "DB password";
$hostname = "hostname";
//connection to the database
$dbhandle = mysql_connect($hostname, $username, $password) or
die("Unable to connect to MySQL");
//select a database to work with
$selected = mysql_select_db("data base name",$dbhandle) or die("Could
not select examples");
|Inserting from remote sql server to local mysql server|
As your code stands now, only one row will get inserted into mysql. The
second while loop is looping on the select statement's result set. So when
it gets there it is just going to exhaust the result set outputting the
second, third and so on results.
If that while block is not being executed then you might only have one row
that matches the select statement.
|PDO cannot connect remote mysql server|
$conn = new
$conn = new
hostname is invalid for dsn and so PDO is ignoring host and using default,
which is localhost
|PHP remote MySQL database connection is very SLOW|
First, try to do the same thing with PDO like this php code :
$con = new PDO('mysql:host=localhost;dbname=test', 'username', 'password');
$q = $con->query("select * from tablename where id='35'");
If the execution time is still the same, you will have to do a cache system
to reduce the number of connections to the database.
|How do I dump a remote MySQL database using Java?|
if you are trying to dump your database data from other computer you'll
need to grand privileges to an specific user for this task.
for example, the user is: 'remoteAdminUser'
GRANT SELECT, LOCK TABLES
TO 'remoteAdminUser'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'dbPass';
and then you can use this java code
String dbName = “dbName”;
String dbUser = “remoteAdminUser”;
String dbPass = “dbPass”;
String filePath = “c:\sqlDumpmyFirstDump.sql”;
// Execute Shell Command
String executeCmd = "";
executeCmd = "mysqldump -u "+dbU
|JDBC: connect to remote mySQL database?|
then type "cmd" in it and hit enter.. this will open command prompt for
mysql -u user_name -p press_enter_key
then type password
line-1 : mysql -u root -h localhost -p
line-2 : admin
where 'admin' is your password.
mysql> grant all on databasename.* to cmsuser@localhost identified by
|Connecting directly to remote MySQL database in iOS|
You need to create a web service that will expose a set of APIs that are
then use by your iPhone app to push/pull data. You may then choose to cache
the data locally (on the iPhone) in a sqlite3 database. The most common
data transfer formats are JSON and XML.
|How to count no. of existing tables in mysql database|
You can try this SQL query:
SELECT COUNT(*) FROM sys.tables;
In the command above, replace the placeholder with the actual database
|How to import existing MySQL database into web2py?|
I had the same problem. This is how I did.
dumping it from old db
mysqldump --user USERNAME --password=PASSWORD dbname > backup.sql
importing backupfile to new mysql server
mysql -h mysql.server -u USERNAME -p 'DBNAME' < backup.sql
Add add the DAL connection to new mysql server.
It is then identical to the old db. The problem I had was that setting up
the db from pythonanywhere UI created a DB that was not identical with my
old db. So if I remember right, you could also let web2py first create the
db tables and then do step 2 last. Thats how I did anyways ... if I
remember right ;) Hope it helps you. Cheers
|Duplicate row in table when sending a variable from as3 to mysql database|
In your code you have two commands, which both do the same thing:
So you need to use only one of them. To get an appropriate response in your
Complete() function, use the first one.
I have tried to do it by myself. It works for both commands well! (the
second command does not cause the reaction in Flex, because it is not
supposed to do it).
|Can't connect to mysql remote server using mysqldump|
You have to open specific port because of security reason. Try a telnet on
mysql remote port and see if it is open.
Is this server inside your network? Because the ip you try to reach is an
internal one. You have to look for the external IP to if this server is not
in your internal network.
Use this command to test the port:
telnet 192.168.1.90 3306
EDIT: Open a specific port
On GNU/Linux server
Have a look at this link
Step 7 explain how to open the port.
On windows server
Someone post something similar on mysql website. Have look at this link
|Can't connect to remote mysql server from rails|
You can't use bash variables within config/database.yml like that. Rails
will treat $HOST as the string "$HOST", which is what you see happening
Mysql2::Error: Access denied for user 'root'@'$HOST' (using password:
Instead, you can use ENV
|Can't connect to remote server using MySQL Workbench on mac|
Does the database allow access to the user test from the IP you are making
the call to?
In the users table you specify a host from which this user can access the
database. Often this may default to localhost or 127.0.0.1
|connect and fetch remote MySQL server from Mac|
There may be a firewall or other network security device in place that
prevents you from being able to connect from your Mac. Also, it is
possible that the MySQL server is not configured to allow inbound network
You might ask your hosting provider if they filter access to the MySQL port
(default is 3306), or if your host is pre-configured with a firewall, and
you might check your MySQL configuration file to ensure it is listening for
|How to connect to Remote Mysql server that requires SSH?|
If port 3306 is closed, you won't be able to connect from a remote host.
PHPmyadmin works because it is running on the same machine as the mysql
server (I assume) so it is not connecting from a remote host. You need to
either open port 3306 and configure mysql to listen to port 3306, or you
mention that you have ssh, which opens up another option.
If you aren't able to open 3306 to the general public, you could create an
ssh tunnel to the server that forwards 3306 on the mysql server to some
port on your local machine (like 3307), then configure C# to connect to
that local port.
string mycon =
Here's an example of how to forward a port with putty.
solution is to use AJAX to call a server-side PHP page which then queries
|How to populate mysql database by tweaking existing data|
When inserting a SELECTed dataset, you do not use the VALUES keyword. Your
statement should be:
INSERT INTO `products`(`id`, `Code`, `Product_name`, `Pack`, `MRP`, `VPTR`)
SELECT CONCAT(`id`,'1') , `Code`, `Product_name`, `Pack`, `MRP`, `VPTR`
|Bringing a remote tomcat/mySQL server to localhost Mac|
Yes, you can. But it is necessary to have compiled webapp.
Simply put root folder contents (your deployed application) to
"/webapps/ROOT" and start tomcat by running script in "bin" folder.
Make sure that you properly configured database properties of your
If you have only sources - it is not such simple. You have to build war and
deploy it. Or ask developer to include "target" directory in git repository
and then copy "classes" folder to /webapps/ROOT/"
|How can I connect to a remote ipv6 mysql server using connector/C++|
You should be able to place the IPv6 address in brackets, for instance:
con = driver->connect("tcp://[::1]:3306", "root", "123");
Be sure that your MySQL server is actually listening on IPv6. MySQL
versions before 5.5 did not support IPv6.
|Grabbing mysql dump file from remote server|
In the production server execute the following command
mysqldump -u username -ppassword db_name > production_dump.sql
scp the production_dump.sql file to your local machine
In your local machine execute the following command.
mysql -u username -ppassword db_name < production_dump.sql
|Access remote MySQL server without editing my.conf|
The bind-address doesn't specify which IPs can connect to that server, but
which address is MySQL listening to. So, just set it to 0.0.0.0 and it will
work. Please make sure you've got a user account with that address. Check
Addressing the root-access thing:
* If you installed mysql manually, you've got root access.
* If you didn't install mysql manually, but it's a service provided by the
VPS hosting, then the bind-address should be 0.0.0.0 (or at least not
127.0.0.1). If it's not the case, contact them because they're screwing up
Hope it helps.
MySQL bind-address is not a security constraint. If you want to allow some
addresses to connect to the server you should create/grant users with the
that address specified, like this
|Can’t connect to local MySQL server through socket ‘/var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock’ (2) Fedora Linux|
What i can think right now if you've already tried the solutions in your
link, is that SELinux (Fedora's) is blocking service.
sudo setenforce 0
sudo service mysqld start
let me know if it helped please