Let’s continue our series of using OCI to install popular Open Source programs with MySQL 8.0. After WordPress, Drupal, it’s not the Moodle’s turn!
Last Tuesday, it was the very first session of DB AMA, Morgan Tocker made a nice presentation of MySQL Performance_Schema and illustrated it with some nice queries to get Meta et Data Locks. As those queries were not that simple to write or at least to remember, I thought it might be a good idea to add them to MySQL … Read More
In the previous post, we setup a Drupal website with MySQL as backend on a different compute instance in a different subnet. Today we will increase the High Availability of our Database by transforming this single MySQL instance into a MySQL InnoDB Cluster!
My previous post related on how to install WordPress on Oracle Cloud seemed to be very popular. To continue the exploration of OCI, today we will install Drupal. This time, even if it’s possible to use the Free Trier like in the WordPress post, I will use a pay account to have the possibility to split the Web Server and … Read More
Today we will see how to install WordPress in Oracle Cloud (OCI). We will use Oracle Cloud’s Free Trier and deploy 2 compute instances: the webserver (apache, PHP and WordPress) the database server (MySQL 8.0)