Posts Tagged ‘MySQL

I wrote this a while ago, whilst playing with SQL Injection, however a little unfinished, the idea was to try to write out entire files, through an SQL Injection attack. I thought I would expand, on my previous post Exceptions, Exceptions, Exceptions, and see what is possible with a simple a SQL Injection attack. I […]

Lately, i’ve been reading Advanced PHP Programming, by George Schlossnagle, which I must say is an excellent book. Below is an excerpt, which I find particularly interesting on the topic of error handling. “Production Display of Errors How to notify users of errors is often a political issue. All the large clients I have worked […]

MySQL Install multiple instances. Create a folder called Conf with Instance.1.ini, Instance.2.ini, and Instance.3.ini. The Port each are listening on should all differ, as well as having a different data directory. I named these C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.0\MySQLData\Instance1 mysqld –install “Mysql-Instance-1″ –defaults-file=”C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.0\Conf\Instance.1.ini” mysqld –install “Mysql-Instance-2″ –defaults-file=”C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.0\Conf\Instance.2.ini” mysqld –install “Mysql-Instance-3” […]

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I have been a developer for roughly 10 years and have worked with an extensive range of technologies. Whilst working for relatively small companies, I have worked with all aspects of the development life cycle, which has given me a broad and in-depth experience.