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MariaDB administration B| MariaDB Columnstore | MariaDB Maxscale | MariaDB Cluster Management | MariaDB Storage Manager

Maria DB: systemctl status mariadb systemctl start mariadb systemctl restart mariadb systemctl stop mariadb MariaDB columnstore: systemctl status mariadb-columnstore systemctl start mariadb-columnstore systemctl stop mariadb-columnstore systemctl restart mariadb-columnstore Maxsale: systemctl status maxscale systemctl start maxscale systemctl stop maxscale systemctl restart maxscale systemctl enable maxscale MairaDB Cluster Management API: systemctl start mariadb-columnstore-cmapi systemctl stop mariadb-columnstore-cmapi systemctl restart mariadb-columnstore-cmapi systemctl status mariadb-columnstore-cmapi MariaDB columnstore StorageManager: systemctl status mcs-storagemanager systemctl start mcs-storagemanager systemctl stop mcs-storagemanager systemctl restart mcs-storagemanager

ERROR 1419 (HY000): You do not have the SUPER Privilege

While creating a trigger, stored procedure getting ERROR 1419 errors: Got ERROR 1419 (HY000): You do not have the SUPER Privilege and Binary Logging is Enabled “You do not have the SUPER privilege and binary logging is enabled (you *might* want to use the less safe log_bin_trust_function_creators variable)”. In this situation MySQL is trying to protect database, because binary logging is enabled for replication.   Following options are available to fix it: Option 1, turn on log_bin_trust_function_creators: When binary logging is enable for replication, MySQL prevent function based data modification / treat functions be deterministic and not allow data modification. Following setting of log_bin_trust_function_creators will allow data modification using function, trigger, and stored procedure. mysql> SET GLOBAL log_bin_trust_function_creators = 1; Ref> Option 2, grant supper privileges: Grant super privileges to