Topics and tasks to be covered 3 Why do we need backups? Hardware issues 6 Your server, RAID controller or other attached hardware crashes and all data is lost or is unavailable A disk failed and RAID array does not recover Redundant hardware with no shared components is the answer.
Disaster scenario 7 You lose your entire SAN and all your DB servers were located there You lose a PSU or network switch in your datacenter and some or all of your servers go down in that location Your entire datacenter loses power and the generators do not start A hurricane puts a few feet of water in your data centre Types of backups for My SQL 8 Binary backups Can restore an entire server very fast.
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Prerequisites: basic knowledge of My SQL and Linux; and a curious mind! Software issues 5 A customer removes data through your app then realises it was a mistake An admin runs UPDATE/DELETE on the wrong data Your application has a bug that overrides or removes data A table or entire schema was dropped Inno DB corruption bug that propagates via replication Your database or application was hacked All of the above changes replicate to your replication slaves!
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Online Learning Course: Preventing and Managing Infectious Diseases in Early Education and Child Care Description: This course provides you with reliable national resources for guidance on preventing and managing infectious diseases and is designed for everyone who cares for children, including health care professionals and child care providers. Identify the role of caregivers in preventing or controlling the spread of ID by hygiene, immunization, environmental controls, and healthy lifestyle. Recognize the actions involved in conducting a daily health check. Identify the criteria for excluding an ill child from attending child care and recognize when it is not helpful.
Learning Objectives: Upon its completion, you will be able to: 1. Note to child care providers: This course is approved for 3.0 contact hours.