> "Henrik (Silkeborg)" <henrik_newsNOSPAMHERE@yahoo.dk> wrote in message
> >I have MySql om my NAS DiskStation Synology DS101g+,
> > but I'm new to MySql, så how do I access it, and with what?
> I looked briefly at Synology.com, I see that the device you mention is an
> external NAS device, not a server with an operating system as we know it.
> It uses firmware instead of an operating system, so it sounds like it's
> basically as smart as a telephone answering machine.
> As far as I know, this is not a platform on which you can run MySQL. What
> do you mean that you have MySQL on your DiskStation?
> Normally, one runs the MySQL service by installing software on a Linux,
> Windows, or UNIX server host. Describing all you need to know is not
> appropriate in a newsgroup.
> Read the installation instructions here:
> And the tutorial here:
> One way to use the Synology DiskStation is for externally mapped storage,
> but I recommend *strongly* against storing a live database on external
> storage, for reasons of performance and reliability. Instead, store the
> live database on the internal disks of a server host running Linux, Windows,
> or UNIX, and use the DiskStation for archiving database backups.
> Bill K.