Mysql Server

mysqldump –add-drop-table option explained

Before we talk about mysqldump –add-drop-table option, we need to understand what happens when you dump a MySQL Database.

When we backup MySQL database using mysqldump command, it actually creating a script file containing multiple SQL Statements. These statements include MySQL queries which will use to restore the database and tables.

How to Install MySQL Server on Ubuntu Linux

MySQL is a Free open source database management system popular among Webmasters because of the its stability and rich features. And not to mention MySQL Database works extremely well with PHP Programming Language which make it an important part of the LAMP Stack.

The Purpose of this tutorial is to Learn How to Install and Configure MySQL Server on Ubuntu Linux. In Addition to the Installation we will also look at some useful mysql commands that will be helpful for the system administrators. For this demonstration we will be using Ubuntu Server 14.04.

start: Unknown job: mysql Ubuntu Server

I am trying to restart the MySQL server on Ubuntu using service mysql restart command. But I only get Following Error.
stop: Unknown job: mysql
start: Unknown job: mysql

How to Fix the mysqldump Got error 1449 The user specified as a definer root does not exist when using Lock Tables

Question I get Following Error Whenever i’m trying to Backup a mysql Database using mysqldump command mysqldump: Got error: 1449: The user specified as a definer (‘root’@’%’) does not exist when using LOCK TABLES But still I can login to mysql server using Same Username and Password . This is Only Happening When Trying to Dump