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The instructions in the following sections assume that you will be using a binary distribution of MySQL Community Server This distribution can be downloaded from the MySQL website The MySQL software is also mirrored on a number of other sites around the world, and you can make your download more efficient by selecting the site that is geographically closest to you Once downloaded, move to the section titled Installing and Configuring MySQL
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The next step is to install and configure MySQL for your specific platform The following sections outline the steps for both Windows and UNIX platforms
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MySQL is available in binary form for almost all versions of UNIX, and can be compiled from source for those UNIX variants for which no binary distribution exists This section will discuss installing and configuring MySQL on Linux using a binary distribution; the process for other UNIX variants is similar, though you should refer to the documentation included with the MySQL distribution for platform-specific notes To install MySQL from a binary distribution, use the following steps: 1 Ensure that you are logged in as the system s root user
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2 Extract the contents of the MySQL binary archive to an appropriate directory on your system for example, /usr/local/:
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[root@host]# cd /usr/local [root@host]# tar -xzvf /tmp/mysql-5130-linux-i686-glibc23targz
The MySQL files should get extracted into a directory named according to the format mysql-version-os-architecture for example, mysql-5130-linux-i686-glibc23 3 For ease of use, set a shorter name for the directory created in the previous step by creating a soft link named mysql pointing to this directory in the same location:
[root@host]# ln -s mysql-5130-linux-i686-glibc23 mysql
4 For security reasons, the MySQL database server process should never run as the system superuser Therefore, it is necessary to create a special mysql user and group for this purpose Do this with the groupadd and useradd commands, and then change the ownership of the MySQL installation directory to this user and group:
[root@host]# [root@host]# [root@host]# [root@host]# groupadd mysql useradd g mysql mysql chown -R mysql /usr/local/mysql chgrp -R mysql /usr/local/mysql
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Installing MySQL and the Sample Database
5 Initialize the MySQL tables with the mysql_install_db initialization script, included in the distribution:
[root@host]# /usr/local/mysql/scripts/mysql_install_db --user=mysql
Figure A-1 demonstrates what you should see when you do this As this output suggests, this initialization script prepares and installs the various MySQL base tables and sets up default access permissions for MySQL 6 Alter the ownership of the MySQL binaries so that they are owned by root :
[root@host]# chown -R root /usr/local/mysql
and ensure that the mysql user created in step 4 has read/write privileges to the MySQL data directory:
[root@host]# chown -R mysql /usr/local/mysql/data
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7 Start the MySQL server by manually running the mysqld_safe script:
[root@host]# /usr/local/mysql/bin/mysqld_safe --user=mysql &
MySQL should now start up normally Once installation has been successfully completed and the server has started up, move down to the section entitled Testing MySQL to verify that it is functioning as it should
Figure A-1 The output of the mysql_install_db script
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Installing on Windows
MySQL is available in both source and binary forms for both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Microsoft Windows Most often, you will want to use either the Essentials or Complete binary distribution, which includes an automated installer to get MySQL up and running in just a few minutes To install MySQL from a binary distribution, use the following steps: 1 Log in as an administrator (if you re using Windows NT/2000/XP/Vista) 2 Double-click the mysql-*msi file to begin the installation process You should see a welcome screen (Figure A-2) 3 Select the type of installation required (Figure A-3) Most often, a Typical Installation will do; however, if you re the kind who likes tweaking default settings, or if you re just short of disk space, select the Custom Installation option, and decide which components of the package should be installed 4 MySQL should now begin installing to your system (Figure A-4)
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