To satisfy a security requirement, you have created or altered some user accounts to include REQUIRE X509.
Which additional task needs to be performed for those user accounts to fulfill the requirement to use X509?
The following grants were executed:
GRANT CREATE ROUTING ON sales.* TO 'webadmin'@'%';
GRANT ALTER ON PROCEDURE sales.myproc TO 'webadmin'@'%';
A user successfully connects to the database as webadmin and created a stored procedure named get_reports.
The next day, the user logs in again as webadmin and wants to delete the stored procedure named get_reports, and therefore, issues the following statement:
DROP PROCEDURE IF EXISTS get_reports;
What is the result of executing the statement?
Host slave1 has ip address 192.0.2.10.
Host slave2 has ip address 203.0.113.50
Examine these commands:
Why did this error occur?
You are setting up a new installation of MySQL Server 5.7 (a GA release.) You have used a ZIP or TAR package to ensure that the mysqld binary, along with its support files, such as plug-ins and error messages, now exist on the host. Assume that the default datadir exists on the host. You installed the binary in the default location (the default --basedir value) for your operating system.
Which step should you perform before defining your own databases and database tables?
You are using GTIDS in replication. You need to skip a transaction with the GTID of aaa-bbb-ccc-ddd-eee:3 on a slave.
Which procedure would you execute from a MySQL prompt?
Consider that local disk files are accessible via MySQL with commands such as:
mysql> LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE '/etc/passwd' INTO TABLE mypasswords;
What change could be made to stop any breach via this insecurity?
A MySQL instance is running on a dedicated server. Developers access the server from the same network subnet. Users access the database through an application that is running on a separate server in a DMZ.
Which two will optimize the security of this setup? (Choose two.)
There are multiple instances of MySQL Server running on a single OS that is backed up using the mysqlbackup command.
The /etc/my/cnf contains default values, for example, datadir=/var/lib/mysql/, with extra instances having their own separate my.cnf file (for example /etc/mysql/instanceN.cnf) overriding the defaults.
A restore of the second instance is attempted from the mysqlbackup archive using this command:
mysqlbackup --backup-dir=/opt/backup/mysql/instance2 copy-back
Upon starting the second MySQL instance, you notice that the data does not match the expected backup.
Which command-line option is required to successfully update the second instance?
You have a MySQL replication setup and you intentionally stop the SQL thread on the slave.
What are two reasons that you may stop the SQL thread on the slave while keeping the I/O thread running?
Which are three facts about backups with mysqldump? (Choose three.)