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How to Kill MySQL Process
Sometimes MySQL queries take a very long time and slow the database processing. We can find and kill these stuck processes. MySQL Kill Process Steps MySQL Kill Process involves running two commands. Find the running….
What is += Addition Assignment Operator in Java?
It’s the Addition assignment operator. Let’s understand the += operator in Java and learn to use it for our day to day programming. x += y in Java is the same as x = x….
The apt Command – A Practical Usage Guide
This guide will walk you through everything you’d need to start using the apt command in Linux. Packages help in delivering or installing any application on a Linux running system. A Linux package is the….
SQL Unique Constraint – An Ultimate Guide
Hello! Hope you guys are doing well. In this article, we will be unveiling one of the interesting and important topic in SQL — SQL UNIQUE Constraint. What is a UNIQUE constraint? SQL Constraints is….
Understanding SQL INSERT INTO SELECT Statement
In this article, we will be focusing on Working of SQL INSERT INTO SELECT statement altogether. What is SQL SELECT statement? SQL SELECT query displays the specified data from the table of a database. Syntax:….
What are inodes in Linux?
Inodes in Linux is a data structure that stores metadata about files. The inode is short for index node. It contains the following information about a file : User ID of the file Group ID….
A guide to ‘/proc’ file-system in Linux
/proc, in short for “process”, is a virtual file-system, that is created every time the system starts up. It contains information related to the ongoing processes, memory management as well as some hardware configurations. Every….
/proc/cpuinfo and /proc/meminfo files in Linux
/proc is a directory in the Linux system that contains information about the system. /proc is not a real file system, rather a virtual file system. It is sometimes also referred to as a process….
How to Execute a Command in a Shell Script?
Shell is a command-line interpreter that allows the user to interact with the system. It is responsible for taking inputs from the user and displaying the output. Shell scripts are a series of commands written….
The Complete Guide to Install MySQL on Ubuntu
Let’s learn how to install MySQL on Ubuntu today. MySQL is a free, open-source database management system. This database management system uses Structured Query Language (SQL) to manage data saved in a relational database. Developed….