How to disable Strict Mode in MySQL?
There are 2 steps we can follow to turn off MySQL Strict Mode. These 2 methods work in most versions of MySQL and MariaDB. Disable strict Mode with my.cnf / my.ini This method disables it by changing the SQL_MODE value to a my.cnf (Linux) file OR my.ini (Windows server) file and restart the MySQL server.... Continue Reading
How to upgrade MySQL 5.5 to 5.6/5.7 or MariaDB 5.5 to 10.X on Linux Plesk?
Several parameters have defaults that differ from the previous versions and the mail reason for these changes to provide better out-of-box performance and to eliminate the need for the database administrator to change settings manually. Upgrades also give you access to new enhancements made in the newer versions. Following are the instructions for upgrading MySQL... Continue Reading
How to Fix Crashed MySQL 8.0 and Won’t Start Up in Ubuntu Linux?
MySQL is an open source RDBMS that supports all platforms like Unix, Windows and Linux. MySQL is mostly associated with web apps and online publishing. MySQL can be used to a wide range of applications as the working model is a client-based server. There would be situations where the MySQL database server would crash and... Continue Reading