Your question is unclear however, normal mysql GRANT commands can limit which databases a mysql client can see. If a client has no explicit permission to a database then it does not show up in a `s... [by TrevorH]
Our Tuesday MySQL tip, how to create Tables in a MySQL Database.
Tables are somehow like spreadsheets, and one database may have lots of tables into it.
So, once you have created your Database you may create the tables inside the Database.
We’ll do it, working on the command line:
First connect to the MySQL
mysql -u [user] -p
This will ask the password for the user [user], it should be the
I'm trying to get ZoneMinder to run on a Fedora Core 17. I updated everything in the computer, then proceeded on manually creating the database, as it seems that ZoneMinder didn't create them automatically.
I really did it this time.. I deleted a database named MySQL in my server. Shortly after MySQL went haywire and now I cannot login as a user to mysql, I cannot re-install mysql, I get an error for every solution I try.
So I decided hell with it I'll remove mysql, php and start again. I used rpm -qa | grep mysql but it returned nothing.
Normally when we create a backup of our MySQL using Mysqldump it creates a Read Lock on the database, so no changes can be made to the database at that time. It may take from a second to few minutes to take up backup of your database. So, sysadmin either prefer to stop MySQL or issue a READ lock on the MySQL table, so that database remains consistent.