Cloud Databases: All Articles


- Getting Started -

This guide is designed to get administrators started with Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) and to answer questions about the service. What is RBAC?RBAC is a secure method of restricting account access to authorized users....

Account Services

Once a ticket is opened it can be in one of the following four states depending on the work done on it.NewIn progressPending your responseSolvedClosedAs soon as a ticket is opened by a Rackspace Cloud customer it is in the "New"...

Backups

You can perform the following operations on your Rackspace Cloud Databases instances.Create a backupList details of all backups for the accountList details of all backups for an instanceDelete a backupRestore a backupCreate a...
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Billing

How am I billed for Rackspace services?How can I estimate my monthly bill?Why am I still being billed?  I never used the services.I don't agree with my bill.  How can I view usage?I don't agree with my bill.  How...

Databases

You can perform the following user management operations for Cloud Databases:Create Users with Host ParametersModify User AccountsManage Database Access for UsersSet Access-Level Permissions for Individual Users Create Users...
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Settings for Cloud Databases instances can be saved and managed in configuration groups using the [Cloud Databases API](http://docs.rackspace.com/cdb/api/v1.0/cdb-devguide/content/overview.html) or the [python-troveclient](https...
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Note: To complete this process, you will need both a cloud server and a cloud database.Use the following steps to connect to Cloud Databases by using MySQL Workbench.Go to http://www.mysql.com/products/workbench/ and install...
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Linux MySQL

This article describes how to import the data of an existing MySQL database into a Cloud Database. If you haven't already created a Cloud Database instance and an empty database to receive the imported data, you'll need to do...
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Managed Operations

What does it mean to have a Rackspace Managed Operations account?A Rackspace Managed Operations account extends the managed support level from our Managed Hosting offering into our Cloud offering. This offer provides an...

Monitoring and Troubleshooting

Monitoring is included with Cloud Databases to help you manage the health of your instances. Monitoring checks and alarms can be configured using the Cloud Control Panel or the Cloud Monitoring API.Monitoring checks describe the...
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MySQL

Use the following MySQL command to export your database.mysqldump -u root -p database_name > database_name.sqldatabase_name is the name of your existing database. database_name.sql will be the name of the exported database...

Remote Access

This article describes three methods for connecting to your Cloud Database: Connect Through a Cloud Server Using ssh and the Hostname Connect Directly to the Database Using the HostnameConnect Using a Cloud Load...
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Database as a Service Network RoutesIf you are unable to connect to or ping your database server from a cloud server in the same datacenter as your DBaaS instance, this may be due to a missing route that is required in order to...
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Server Management

You can set the server time zone for a Cloud Databases instance so that it is persistent by using the configuration groups feature of Cloud Databases. You can use either the Cloud Databases API or the trove command line tool to...
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The Rackspace Knowledge Center provides how-to articles, getting started guides, code samples, security best practices and hundreds of tips for getting the most out of your Rackspace Cloud Databases. Documentation and bindings...
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Cloud Databases Code Samples List of API Operations Bindings: The Rackspace Cloud Databases API is a RESTful API, with support for the binding listed below:Fog Binding (replaces Ruby Binding, which is now...
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