How to Access/Populate CloudBees MySQL DBs

Written by: Vale
1 min read
Stay connected

Several users have difficulties in understanding how to access and populate a database on CloudBees.
This short page is intended to clarify things out.

Accessing a CloudBees MySql database means configuring nothing more than a normal mysql remote connection.

Therefore, a MySql DB on CloudBees can be accessed:

  • from a MySql Client (i.e. MySqlWorkbench )- configure the connection using the connection parameters specified on the DataBase Manager Page of CloudBees

  • ​​ from within your application by code lines or initialization scripts

  • from command line using mysql commands

    i.e: populate your database running .sql scripts

    mysqldump --opt --user=[userhere] --password --host=[hosthere*]  --port=3306 [yourdatabasenamehere] < dump.sql  

    (change “<” to “>” if you want to export data)

    * the host should be something similar to (the host is specified on CloudBees Database Manager page) ​​


Stay up to date

We'll never share your email address and you can opt out at any time, we promise.

Loading form...
Your ad blocker may be blocking functionality on this page. Please disable for an improved experience.