Step To Install Mariadb 10 Database Server On CentOS 7

By default, the MariaDB database 5.5 version will be available in Linux without any separate repository. you can install MariaDB centos using the repository and can do MariaDB show users. MariaDB is almost the same as MySQL database server in rhel 7 and you can also configure MariaDB root password using the below command.

Today I will show you, Step To Install MariaDB 10 in Linux using the repository. This is an open-source RDBMS server.


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Step To Install MariaDB 10 Database Server:

If you require to install the latest version 10.x, So you need to have a repository for it. you may download this from the official MariaDB Site. So you can check the MySQL users with the below command.  

show user from mysql.user;

MariaDB is used because it’s fast, scalable, and robust, with a rich ecosystem of storage engines. So MariaDB turns data into structured information in a wide range of applications. So 

Check Out: Installation of MariaDB Database Server

Download the repository from here and Create a repository file

vim /etc/yum.repos.d/mariadb.repo

mariadb show users

Run the below commands

yum clean all && yum repolist

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So, Now install the MariaDB 10

yum install mariadb mariadb-server -y

mysql database server

Secure MariaDB root password before that Start and Enable the Service

systemctl start mariadb && systemctl enable mariadb

configure mariadb root password

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You can see the MariaDB 10.3 database installed on CentOS 7.

That’s it. mariadb root access denied mysql database server mariadb show users configure mariadb root password

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