Tag: database

How to set up HTTPS for InfluxDB server? You know, in today’s internet environment, data security is very important. Using HTTPS in database will make the data transfer between client and database server safer. This article will show you how to enable HTTPS in the InfluxDB server. Set up HTTPS for InfluxDB with a self-signed

How to install InfluxDB in CentOS 7? In this article, I will guide you step by step to install InfluxDB time series database in CentOS 7. You can install it for testing before using it. Preparation steps before installation Server information OS: CentOS Linux release 7.6.1810 (Core). RAM: For testing, you can choose 1GB of

Introduction to InfluxDB time series database. In this article, I will introduce you to InfluxDB. There are many people who have never heard of this type of database. What is time series database? You may have worked with database software such as MySQL, MariaDB, MSSQL server. You may be familiar with these types of databases,

How to install MongoDB in CentOS 7? This article will guide you step by step how to install it successfully. MongoDB is a well-known database type, many large systems are using it, especially the development of IoT. Add MongoDB repository to the server First, just like database types like MariaDB, MongoDB allows you to install

This article will show you how to create read-only user in MySQL. In which case do you need to use user read-only in MySQL? Normally in monitor systems, at the dashboard, you only need to use a read-only user. This user will read data from the database and display information to the dashboards. Commands to

This article will show you how to install MariaDB 10.3 in CentOS 6. Version 10.3 is the latest MariaDB version at this time. Configure server requirements The following is the recommended configuration to use the server when installing MariaDB. OS: CentOS 6.10 (Final) 64bit. RAM: minimum 1GB memory. HDD: free more then 5GB space. Most

This article will walk you through how to install MariaDB 10.2 in CentOS 7. MariaDB is an improved version of MySQL. By default, when you install MariaDB in CentOS 7, it will install version 5.5. Server requirements Here is the minimum configuration required that I use. OS: CentOS 7.4.1708 (Core) 64 bit. RAM: over 1GB