i am developing an android application which needs to connect with an online MySQL database. I have created an amazon aws account and set up an RDS MySQL database but i don’t know how to send http requests from android app to database.
I see a lot of articles online where EC2 is involved, but since my backend is essentially serverless I have not found much information how to access my RDS once it is turned private. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
Good day community, my issue with my database is the following:
We recently noticed that we have a lot more records in our slow query log at every minute change (at around second 0 of every minute). This didn’t seem to be related to any of our cronjobs so I decided to do a quick test on a new RDS t3.micro instance with MySQL 8.0.23.
I have set up an Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) with a MySQL database and I’m trying to connect it with my django application but I’m getting the above error. My database settings in
settings.py are as follows:
Is it even possible to use Navicat or MySQL workbench (or any other tool) to connect to an Amazon RDS via a jump box like a bastion host?
I have 2 tables: Employee, and Regions. Each Employee can be assigned to one region, and each region can have multiple employees. However, I only want the data entered into the Employee record for ‘Region’ to be one that exists in the Region table. How do I do this?
I have an RDS MySql with the following settings:
I am new to RDS, this is the first time i’m trying to connect MySQL Workbench to a remote DBMS so i’m not sure where is the problem.
I created simple free tier RDS instance for mysql connection testing from local. i made sure
Public accessibility is
created inbound rule as this (all traffic for all ports from anywhere)