This article covers how to install MariaDB on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS system. Also you will learn how to secure it by configuring some security options and then, in the end, we have tested the connection to MariaDB. The #Ubuntu server should have a non-root administrative user and a firewall configured with UFW.
By following the above simple steps, you can easily setup MariaDB on your ubuntu system.
For more information, visit MariaDB's official documentation .
MariaDB is one of the most widely used and open-source database management systems.
MariaDB is considered as a replacement for #MySQL and has much more features and capabilities that you cannot find in MySQL.
To install #MariaDB on Debian:
- Update your package index using apt;
$ sudo apt update
- Install the mariadb-server package using apt. The package also pulls in related tools to interact with MariaDB;
$ sudo apt install mariadb-server
- Run the included mysql_secure_installation security script to restrict access to the server;
$ sudo mysql_secure_installation