1 Contents I Table of Contents Part I Document Overview 2 Part II Document Details 3 Part III Setup 4 1 Download & Installation Configure MySQL... Server 6 Windows XP... Firewall Settings 13 3 Additional Steps Part IV Setting up a Database, Table and Users 15 1 MySQL SQL... Shell 16 2 MySQL Administrator Setting up MySQL... Administrator 20 Setting up the... Database 23 Part V Appendix 26 1 Security Tips ODBC Drivers Security for root Apache 1.3x... & PHP 5.x 31 Index 0 I
2 2 1 Document Overview Author: Date: Revision: NETIKUS.NET ltd 1st November (with additional information for EventSentry) Title Summary Software Hardware How to install, setup and configure a MySQL installation on Windows. Includes instructions on how to setup a database for EventSentry, also covers the installation of Apache and PHP briefly. MS Windows 2000 or higher MySQL 5.x Optional: Full or trial version of EventSentry Not applicable, system used for this guide is PIII 977MHz with 256Mb RAM Skill Level Beginner - Intermediate Skills Required - Basic understanding of Windows NT, 2000, 2003 or XP - Basic understanding of databases - Knowledge of basic SQL commands (select, update,...) beneficial but not required Acknowledgements Thanks to the MySQL database team for making a great database available for free Download (guides section)
3 Document Overview 3 2 Document Details Overview This document describes how to install a MySQL database server on Windows 2000, mainly focusing on setting up the server with the EventSentry database and table. The appendix also gives instructions on how to install Apache and PHP. MySQL Why? This guide is also useful if you are not using EventSentry as it covers mostly basic MySQL tasks. MySQL is an open source relational database and can hence be used for free. It lacks some features of commercial database, but is an excellent solution for many needs, including EventSentry. One of the downsides to MySQL is its lack of graphical administration interfaces, though this seems to be improving over time. We found the MySQL Control Center to be quite capable and easy to use, though not as appealing as other products including the MS Sql Enterprise manager. This guide was written to help EventSentry customers setup a reliable and affordable database server to store and consolidate event log records.
4 4 3 Setup 3.1 Download & Installation Download You can download the MySQL database from the MySQL website by clicking on the downloads tab. Scroll down to the MySQL database server & standard clients section and select the latest production release of MySQL, a at the time of writing. We also recommend downloading the MySQL Administrator and MySQL Query Browser from the downloads page. These applications allow you to administer your MySQL server with a graphical user interface. We will cover both ways of administration in this guide. Installation of MySQL Server Unzip the setup file and execute the downloaded MSI file. Follow the instructions below exactly when installing MySQL Server: Perform a custom installation
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6 6 Check box to configure MySQL Server 3.2 Configure MySQL Server If you checked the Configure the MySQL Server now check box on the final dialog of the MySQL Server installation, then the MySQL Server Instance Configuration Wizard will automatically start. Follow the instructions below carefully to configure your MySQL Server to run correctly with EventSentry.
7 Setup 7 Select Detailed Configuration It is recommended that you use a Dedicated MySQL Server Machine for your MySQL database, if this is not an option then select "Server Machine".
8 8 If you selected Dedicated MySQL Server Machine and your MySQL service does not start after the wizard completes, then try to re-run the wizard (or re-install) MySQL, but this time select the Server Machine option. Select Transactional Database Only, this will make sure that InnoDB is the main storage engine.
9 Setup 9 Select the drive where the database files will be stored. Select the drive on the fastest drive(s) on your server. Enter the number of agents you are monitoring, multiplied by two. For example, if you are monitoring 20 servers then enter 40.
10 10 It is recommended that you leave the default port 3306 in place, however EventSentry will also work with non-standard ports if necessary.
11 Setup 11 Select the Standard Character Set for EventSentry. It is highly recommended that you run the MySQL Server as a Windows service and include the binary directory in the search path.
12 12 Specify a secure root password, you may want to check the box Enable root access from remote machines if you plan on administering your MySQL server from your workstation or other servers. If you are getting an error message after clicking the Next button, then please see the Windows XP Firewall Settings chapter for more information.
13 Setup 13 If you see this dialog then your instance was setup correctly Windows XP Firewall Settings If you are installing MySQL on a Windows XP workstation, or any other computer that has a firewall enabled, and the wizard fails with an error message similar to the one shown below (Can't connect to MySQL server on 'localhost'), then you will have to exclude the MySQL daemon from your firewall configuration.
14 14 On Windows XP, you can exclude MySQL from the firewall by following the steps below: 1. Navigate to Start -> Settings -> Control Panel -> Windows Firewall Select the Exceptions tab and click Add Port 2. In the resulting dialog, enter the information as shown in the screenshot:
15 Setup 15 After clicking OK twice, return to the MySQL error message and select Retry. MySQL should now be able to create the instance correctly. 3.3 Additional Steps After you installed MySQL you will need to install the ODBC drivers on all machines which are running EventSentry and need to write any type of information to the MySQL database. We also recommend that you download and install the MySQL Administrator and MySQL Query Browser. Installation of the MySQL ODBC Drivers In order to setup the MySQL tables later, you will need to download and install the MySQL ODBC drivers. You can download the latest ODBC drivers for Windows from Simply run the setup application and install the ODBC drivers once you downloaded the file. Please see Rolling out the MYSQL ODBC Driver for information on how to automatically install the MySQL ODBC driver on multiple machines in an ActiveDirectory environment. Installation of the MySQL Administrator and Query Browser Simply execute.msi files and follow the instructions on the screen. These applications uses little disk space and a restart is not required after the installation. Once installed you can launch the applications by double-clicking their respective icons on the desktop. You can download both utilities from 4 Setting up a Database, Table and Users Now that our core MySQL installation is pretty much complete we can create a separate database for EventSentry. You can follow these steps even if you are not planning on using EventSentry to learn the basics of creating a database, tablles and users. You can delete this database again after you have completed the tutorial. You can create the database, table and users either through the command-line mysql shell, or with the MySQL Control Center. For beginners we recommend choosing the SQL shell first and then taking a look at the MySQL Administrator.
16 16 In a nutshell we will have to perform the following tasks: Create a new database Run the EventSentry Database Setup Wizard 1. MySQL SQL Shell 2. MySQL Control Center 4.1 MySQL SQL Shell start the SQL shell by typing mysql -u root -p Note that you will need to be in the c:\mysql\bin directory if you have not added the c:\mysql\bin directory to your path. All commands shown in this chapter will need to be typed in the SQL shell. Creating a New Database Databases are always created with the create database command, so type create database EventSentry; to create the EventSentry database. Setting up the tables, indexes and views for EventSentry Starting with version 2.50, the web reports of EventSentry require several tables to be setup. Unlike earlier versions where you had to setup the tables manually, EventSentry now ships with a Database Setup Wizard that will create all tables, indexes and users automatically for you. To setup the tables you will first have to create a system DSN and then run the database setup wizard. 1. Installing the ODBC drivers If you haven't already downloaded and installed the ODBC drivers, then you will need to do this now. Please see Download & Installation for more information. 2. Creating a system DSN Navigate to Start -> Programs -> Administrative Tools and select the Data Sources (ODBC). Click on the System DSN tab and then click on Add. On the next screen, select the MySQL ODBC 3.51 Driver from the bottom of the list.
17 Setting up a Database, Table and Users 17 After clicking finish you should be presented with the ODBC setup dialog. Make sure that you enter all information correctly in this dialog and then click the Test button:
18 18 You will need to replace mysql-srv in the server field with the computer name of the host where you installed MySQL. 3. Running the Database Setup Wizard If you installed EventSentry with database support, then you will find the Database Setup Wizard in Start -> Programs -> EventSentry. Run this wizard and follow the instructions. The wizard will ask you for the system DSN pointing to the database and the initial password for the eventsentry_svc and eventsentry_web user accounts. Once the wizard has completed creating all the tables, indexes and user accounts, you can verify that all tables were created. First, change the current context to the EventSentry database by typing use EventSentry; and then display all tables with this command: show tables; command which should show output similar to this: Tables_in_eventsentry
19 Setting up a Database, Table and Users 19 esapphistory esappname esapppublisher esappstatus esdiskspace esenvironment eseventlogcategory eseventlogcomments eseventlogcomputer eseventlogdata eseventlogfilename eseventlogfilepath eseventlogfilter eseventloggroup eseventlogid eseventloglocation eseventloglocationmapping eseventloglog eseventlogmain eseventlogsource eseventlogtype eseventloguser esgroupmapping esheartbeathistory esheartbeatldescription esheartbeatlstatus esheartbeatltype esheartbeatpingtracking esheartbeatstatus eslogontracking esmotiontracking esnessuskb esnessuslog esnessusport esperformance esperformancecounter esperformanceinstance esperformancename esprintcost esprintdocuments esprintprinters esprinttracking espstracking essearchadvanced essearchsimple esservicehistory esservicekey esservicename esservicestatus esstrings essysinfo rows in set (0.00 sec) 4.2 MySQL Administrator You don't have to use the command line interface to create databases, tables and change permissions. MySQL now also offers the MySQL Administrator which offers an attractive user interface to perform most tasks. This chapter describes how to setup the database, tables and permissions using the MySQL Administrator.
20 20 1. Setting up MySQL Administrator 2. Setting up the Database Setting up MySQL Administrator When you start MySQL Administrator for the first time then you will see a window similar to this: We will now add and register our MySQL instance in the MySQL Connections window so that we don't have type the hostname and username every time we need to connect to our server. Click on the button with the three dots to display the options dialog:
21 Setting up a Database, Table and Users 21 Fill in all the required information so that you have a screen similar to the one shown below and click the Apply Changes and Close button:
22 22 Now you can connect to the server by filling in the password and clicking on the OK button: and you should be presented with the server information screen:
23 Setting up a Database, Table and Users 23 MySQL Administrator is now setup and we can start creating the database, tables etc Setting up the Database Creating the Database Creating the database is quite easy. First select Catalogs in the left pane
24 24 And then right-click into the lower left rectangle (Schemata) that will show the mysql and the test databases (schemas). From the drop-down menu select Create New Schema to create a new database for EventSentry: The newly added EventSentry database will now show up in the list: and we are ready to create the tables, indexes and users with the wizard. Setting up the tables, indexes and views for EventSentry Starting with version 2.50, the web reports of EventSentry require several tables to be setup. Unlike earlier versions where you had to setup the tables manually, EventSentry now ships with a Database Setup Wizard that will create all tables, indexes and users automatically for you. To setup the tables you will first have to create a system DSN and then run the database setup wizard. 1. Installing the ODBC drivers If you haven't already downloaded and installed the ODBC drivers, then you will need to do this now. Please see Download & Installation for more information. 2. Creating a system DSN Navigate to Start -> Programs -> Administrative Tools and select the Data Sources (ODBC). Click on the System DSN tab and then click on Add. On the next screen, select the MySQL ODBC 3.51 Driver
25 Setting up a Database, Table and Users 25 from the bottom of the list. After clicking finish you should be presented with the ODBC setup dialog. Make sure that you enter all information correctly in this dialog and then click the Test button:
26 26 3. Running the Database Setup Wizard If you installed EventSentry with database support, then you will find the Database Setup Wizard in Start -> Programs -> EventSentry. Run this wizard and follow the instructions. The wizard will ask you for the system DSN pointing to the database and the initial password for the eventsentry_svc and eventsentry_web user accounts. 5 Appendix 5.1 Security Tips This chapter contains useful tips on how to secure a MySQL installation. Changing the Service User Account By default the MySQL service runs as the LocalSystem account which might a security problem if your database server is connected to non-trusted network. We recommend changing the service to run under a different user account. 1. Create a new user account, for example MySQL and give this user account no special permissions. 2. In the services control panel (Administrative Tools) double-click the MySQL service and select
27 Appendix 27 the Log On tab. Click on This account and select the user account you just created, then click OK. 3. Restart the service to make the changes effective Adjusting Access Rights on the Data File directory We also need to change the access permissions on the directory where the data files are stored, C:\MySQL InnoDB Datafiles\ by default. This directory gives everybody full permissions by default. This directory should really only be accessible to Administrators and the MySQL user account we just created. Configure the access rights as shown below, giving both MySQL and Administrators FULL ACCESS to the folder.
28 28 Changing the default TCP port 3306 It is sometimes a good idea to change the default port MySQL is listening on for remote connections. This can be done by adding the line port = 9754 to the my.ini file in the [mysqld] section. The my.ini file is usually located in the installation folder of your MySQL installation. You will need to restart the service for this change to become effective. You will also need to make sure that connections from untrusted networks, such as the Internet, are sufficiently protected with a firewall or similar device. Staying Up To Date You need to apply patches and software updates as soon as they become available to avoid security problems and worm infections. To stay informed subscribe to the low volume MySQL Announcement mailing list.
29 Appendix ODBC Drivers A common way to access databases for Windows clients (including the EventSentry agent) is to use ODBC. Naturally, MySQL ODBC drivers are not shipped with the Windows Operating System and must be installed manually on the clients. You can download the latest ODBC drivers from The installation and configuration are straightforward and do not require a reboot. The screenshot below shows the ODBC screen of MySQL. We recommend using AutoAdministrator if you need to roll out MySQL ODBC drivers and DSN names to multiple machines. If you have Active Directory then you can also roll out the MySQL ODBC drivers using Group Policy, click here for more information.
30 Security for root This chapter applies to MySQL 4.x, which is no longer supported with EventSentry. The SQL commands shown in this chapter however still apply to MySQL 5.x and can be used to manipulate user accounts using the MySQL shell. The root user does not have a password by default which is a security risk and needs to be changed immediately. We will change the root password from the command line using the mysql SQL shell. Open the command prompt and follow the instructions in the screenshot: First we connect to the SQL instance as the root user by using the -u option. We do not have to specify a password since the root user does not have a password by default. Then we change the database to the built-in mysql database, that contains all usernames among other things. The select command here shows that four user accounts exist by default, two for the user root and two anonymous ones. We change the password of both root user accounts (explanation for both is below) by using a standard SQL update command. The PASSWORD() function is used to create the password hash, just specifying the password in quotes would not work. We then remove the anonymous user account with a delete statement. Changes to the user accounts do not always become effective immediately, so we force this internal update by issuing the flush privileges command.
31 Appendix 31 After typing exit we have successfully remove two unneeded user accounts and set a password for the root user. Unlike other database servers, MySQL allows you to link a database user with a hostname. This allows you to create different users (and hence different permissions) depending on where a user is connecting from. For example, by default there are two root accounts with different host values. One account has the host value set to localhost, whereas the other has it set to build. This means that you can restrict from which users can log on using the root (or any account for that matter) account. The most commonly used host name is the percentage character % - a wildcard matching all host names. This feature is not relevant to us right now since we set the same password for both root accounts, but it's important and helpful to know that this feature exists. When you connect to a MySQL database then the server will always perform a reverse lookup to match the correct username. From now on we can no longer just type mysql -u root, but instead will need to specify the password we have just set above by typing mysql -u root -p. The -p switch tells the application to prompt us for the password. Connecting remotely with the MySQL Administrator or MySQL Query Browser Please note that thus far you can only connect to the MySQL server from the localhost or a host with the name "build". You will need to run the following statements in order to get root access from remote hosts as well: update user set host='%' where host='build'; flush privileges; This will allow you to connect to your MySQL server from any host using the root user. 5.4 Apache 1.3x & PHP 5.x Please note that the EventSentry web reports no longer work with PHP and Apache. When running the MySQL database then you might also want to run the Apache web server using PHP as a scripting interpreter.
32 32 Apache Download the latest version of the 1.3 series of Apache from Note that the 2.x series of Apache is preferrable, however PHP does not officially support the 2.x release of Apache at the time of writing - though we did not experience any problems. When installing Apache make sure that you select the option for All Users, on Port 80, as a Service -- Recommneded. Also make sure that the Internet Information Server (IIS), if installed, is either reconfigured for a port other than 80 or not running to avoid conflicts with the Apache web server. PHP You can download the latest version of PHP from Please note that the PHP pages included with EventSentry were tested with the 5.x release of PHP. After installing the software you will need to make changes to both the Apache configuration file httpd.conf (usually found in the c:\program files\apache group\apache\conf directory) and the PHP configuration file php.ini (located in %systemroot%). 1. Add this line to the httpd.conf file below the other LoadModule lines: LoadModule php5_module c:/php/php5apache.dll 2. Add this line to the httpd.conf file below the ClearModuleList command (this right below the line you just added) AddModule mod_php5.c 3. Add these lines to the httpd.conf file, further down below where the <IfModule> sections start appearing <IfModule mod_php5.c> AddType application/x-httpd-php.php SetEnv PHPRC c:/php </IfModule> 4. Add the PHP installation directory to the system PATH. Right-click "My Computer" and select "Properties" Click the "Advanced" tab Click "Environment Variables" Locate and select the "Path" variable in the "System variables" area Click on "Edit" Append the text ;c:\php\ to the existing text 5. It is also recommended that you increase the maximum time a script is allowed to execute. Open the php.ini file in a text editor (this file is located in the %SYSTEMROOT% directory by default) and locate the line starting with max_execution_time. Change this value to something like Restart the computer for the changes to become effective.
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