Tag: mysql

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How to Detect Malware in a MySQL Database

A malicious user can find vulnerabilities that will exploit an organization’s MySQL database. Thus, monitoring database activity should be a core practice of every business. Hackers unleash attacks designed to steal confidential data, and their primary targets are an organization’s MySQL database servers. Databases are known to be one of the most compromised assets. Why …

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How to Get Started with Amanda Rapid Installer

This year Zmanda announced Amanda Enterprise Edition 3.6. With that new edition, upgrades came to the Zmanda Management Console (ZMC) as well. The console is a simple, secure, and easy to use interface for Amanda Enterprise. ZMC allows users to configure and administer Amanda backups, restore from Amanda backup archives, and access in-depth backup reports. …

Zmanda Recovery Manager

Zmanda Recovery Manager- Quick Start-Up Guide

Zmanda Recovery Manager for MySQL Features Abstract: MySQL is one of the most common and versatile database engines. ZRM Enterprise provides global backup and recovery management for MySQL servers. In addition to its command line and configuration file interface, ZRM for MySQL also includes the Zmanda Management Console for MySQL (ZMC). The ZMC is a …

How to Backup MySQL with Zmanda Agent for NetBackup

How to Backup MySQL with Zmanda Agent for NetBackup

MySQL Backups with Symantec NetBackup Symantec NetBackup now enables live backup of MySQL, using two solutions provided by Zmanda: Zmanda MySQL Agent for NetBackup: Backup MySQL databases directly from MySQL servers to your NetBackup server. This backup method does not need a proxy server and, for many backup methods, does not require disk space for …

SQL Server

Near-Continuous Data Protection (CDP) of SQL Server

With version 4.5, ZCB now supports incremental (log-based) backups of SQL Server. This helps a great deal since log backups contain a list of all the individual changes to the database, and hence, provide an ability to restore the database to any historic timestamp, regardless of the actual backup time. Why do we call this near-CDP and not …