Welcome to our MySQL Tutorial section. This will provide you a comprehensive MySQL lessons and tutorial along with practical examples.
You will find a collection of one-line commands for MySQL here.
Here, you will find a tutorial that shows how to perform MySQL Fulltext searching. This allos database administrators, programmers easily designate any (CHAR, VARCHAR, or TEXT) character-based field as a FULLTEXT index
This section will teach you how to write subqueries in MySQL. Subqueries can do advanced queries against the usual database query. With this, you won”t have to do that much logic in your chosen programming language.
Want to learn how to back up MySQL with Cron Jobs? Everything is in here. You will learn how to make a Cron tab and use it within Cron Jobs installed on Cpanel.
This section will show you how to set up an automatic optimization for your database. MySQL Tables Optimization helps in cleaning up and getting the best possibilities in gathering the needed information.
This tutorial will show you how to backup and restore data in your MySQL DB. You will learn here here how to use MySQLDump – which is the fastest and easiest way to back up and restore a database.
Learn how to use a MySQL database with PHP using this tutorial!
This tutorial will guide you on how to optimize queries and indexes using MySQL. You need to optimize your database when queries are queuing up, users are being refused of the connection, or the backlogs are growing.
This section will teach you on MySQL replication. Database replication in MySQL will allow you to create an exact copy of the database from a master server onto another server [slave]. Every updates in the database on the master server are immediately replicated to the [slave] server so that both of them are in sync.
This section will teach you on creating & calling stored procedures in MySQL.
This tutorial will show you everything about Triggers. You will learn how to create triggers in MySQL using this tutorial. Just so you know, when creating a trigger all you need is to specify 4 pieces of information:
- The unique trigger name
- The table to which the trigger is to be associated
- The action that the trigger should respond to (DELETE, INSERT, or UPDATE)
- When the trigger should be executed (before or after processing)
This section will show you how to create your very first MySQL database via cPanel.