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Control your MySQL users and databases

We just made it easier to control your MySQL users and databases in our control panel. Apart from PHPMyAdmin and our custom MySQL application GUI, we now offer a section for database and user management. Manage your databases Creating and managing permissions on your database became as easy as clicking a button. Manage your users […]

April 16 / 2013
Author Kim
Category MySQL, PHP
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Configuring PHPCR and Jackrabbit to use MySQL

PHPCR (PHP Content Repository) is a Content Repository library written in PHP, based on the Java Content Repository (JCR) standard. You can read more about it here. Furthermore, PHPCR is being used in the Symfony2 CMF (Symfony2 Content Management Framework) project which aims to build a foundation for future development of CMS applications using Symfony2. […]

August 16 / 2012

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Backup your MySQL database using mysqldump

Photo By rachfog Everybody knows backups are important. We backup all customers VPS files daily, and we keep at least 7 days of backups. Still, this type of backup is not ideal for backing up MySQL  instances that use InnoDB tables. Especially if you try to restore a specific DB. To generate MySQL backups we […]

January 24 / 2012
Author Pablo
Category MySQL, VPS
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Control Panel Updates: Network Statistics; More Web Hosting Configurability

We have pushed some nice updates to our VPS Control Panel based on customer feedback: Network Statistics We have upgraded the network traffic graphics with new charts that let you visualize network statistics. There is also a new summary tab which allows you to view data for the current month or year giving you an idea of […]

October 12 / 2011
Author Pablo
Category MySQL, VPS
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Enable MySQL query logging in Zend Server CE

Zend Server CE includes an installation of MySQL, which is very handy. Since Zend Server CE is used mostly to setup a quick development environment, it is very useful to view the MySQL query log, where all SQL queries are logged. To enable the query log, you need to modify the file /usr/local/zend/mysql/bin/mysql.server: Locate the […]

August 24 / 2009
Author Pablo
Category MySQL, PHP
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