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Ten MySQL Best Practices

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by George Reese , coauthor of Managing & Using MySQL, 2nd Edition 07/11/2002 MySQL is a complex piece of software that may seem overwhelming when you're first trying to learn it. This article describes a set of best practices for MySQL administrators, architects, and developers that should help in the security, maintenance, and performance of a MySQL installation. 1. Set a password for the "root" user and then rename the user. The first thing you should do with a clean MySQL install is...n


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