How to install MariaDB on Ubuntu 22.04


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Installing MariaDB on Ubuntu 22.04

MariaDB is a popular open-source relational database management system derived from MySQL. It is designed to be a drop-in replacement for MySQL and offers improved performance and additional features.

Here is a step-by-step guide to installing MariaDB on Ubuntu 22.04:

  1. Open the terminal on your Ubuntu 22.04 system.
  2. Update the package index by running the following command:
    sudo apt update
  3. Once the package index is updated, install MariaDB by running the following command:
    sudo apt install mariadb-server
    You will be prompted to confirm the installation. Press 'Y' and then hit Enter to proceed.
  4. During the installation process, you will be prompted to set a password for the MariaDB root user. Enter a strong password and remember it for future use.
  5. After the installation is complete, start the MariaDB service by running the following command:
    sudo systemctl start mariadb
  6. To ensure that MariaDB starts automatically on system boot, run the following command:
    sudo systemctl enable mariadb
  7. You can now verify the installation by running the following command to check the status of the MariaDB service:
    sudo systemctl status mariadb
    The output should indicate that the service is active and running.

Congratulations! You have successfully installed MariaDB on your Ubuntu 22.04 system. You can now begin using MariaDB as your relational database management system.

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