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Auditing MySQL With Mcafee Audit Plugin

Audit MySQL isn’t an easy task by default, you can use some technics like tcpdump, write a parser for general log, use MySQL proxy, or you can use some of audit plugins available out there(Mcafee MySQL Audit Plugin or MySQL Enterprise Audit Log Plugin for example). On this post I’ll cover the Mcafee MySQL Audit Plugin (, on a follow-up post I’ll talk about MySQL Enterprise Audit Log Plugin. The installation is easy and require just a few steps, I’m using MySQL 5.5 32 bits, so I’ll download the files for my MySQL version and architecture from [root@mysql-audit marcelo]# wget [root@mysql-audit marcelo]# unzip Archive: creating: audit-plugin-mysql-5.5/ creating: audit-plugin-mysql-5.5/lib/ inflating: audit-plugin-mysql-5.5/lib/ inflating: audit-plugin-mysql-5.5/COPYING inflating: audit-plugin-mysql-5.5/THIRDPARTY.txt inflating: audit-plugin-mysql-5.5/README.txt Next step is to copy the to MySQL plugin . . .

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Installing MySQL 5.5 Part 1 – A single instance

Today I will teach you how to install a MySQL server with ease. With only a single instance in the second part of this article, I will teach installing multiple instances of MySQL and control them through the mysqld_multi. For this tutorial I’m using: VMWare CentOS 5.6 – 64bits 512MB RAM 40GB DISCO Installation without a GUI, only command line That said, let’s get to what really matters: Let’s create a directory structure that we work with our installation of MySQL for this tutorial I will install the root partition: cd / mkdir mysql cd mysql We go to MySQL downlads site and download the latest version Community Server what is now 5.5.11. Use Build Linux Gener!/altmannmarceloic and search for the package tar.gz version of its operating system: wget . . .

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