The query cache size is too small.
The CACHE_QUERY keyword is not being used.
The Qcache_priority variable is set too small.
The server might be trying to cache queries when it really isn't worth it.
What should you do in order to enhance the security of a standard MySQL installation on Unix- type operating systems?
Disable the mysql_access program
Run the mysql_secure_installation script
Nothing; by default the security level of a MySQL installation is very high
Why should you be selective when granting the SUPER privilege to an account?
Because it allows a client to kill other client connections.
Because it allows a client to shutdown the server.
Because it allows changing of the server runtime configuration.
Because it allows client accounts to takeover other client accounts.
Which of the following best describes what you might expect after disabling InnoDB at run time?
It will disable InnoDBs associated memory buffers and data structures, however it will not save any memory.
It will still enable InnoDBs associated memory buffers and data structures, however it
will save memory.
It will disable InnoDBs associated memory buffers and data structures, which will save memory.
It is important to analyze queries that involve joins with EXPLAIN because...
Joins are more prone to mistakes.
Using EXPLAIN before executing the query helps the server prepare the statements used.
Joins have the potential to cause more server processing if not defined correctly.
Consider the following: mysql> EXPLAIN SELECT DISTINCT City.id,City.name -> FROM City,Country -> WHERE Country.Name IN ('United States','Canada','Mexico') -> AND City.CountryCode=Country.Code -> ORDER BY name
*************************** 1. ro
*************************** id: 1 select_type: SIMPLE table: City type: ALL possible_keys: NULL
key: NULL key_len: NULL ref: NULL rows: 4079 Extra: Using temporary; Using filesort
*************************** 2. row *************************** id: 1 select_type: SIMPLE table: Country type: eq_ref possible_keys: PRIMARY key: PRIMARY key_len: 3 ref: world.City.CountryCode rows: 1 Extra: Using where; Distinct Which of the following best describes the meaning of the values in the ref columns?
City.CountryCode is used to sort what rows are returned from the City table.
No indexed columns are used to choose rows from City and the City.CountryCode column is used to reference rows in the Country table.
No index columns are used to choose rows from Country and the City.CountryCode column is used to reference rows in the City table.
Privileges for using stored routines can be specified at the following levels:
The ability to use stored procedures is not governed by the privilege system.
Which of the follow ing describe the correct single-statement syntax for allowing the existing user 'kofi'@'%' to perform SELECT, INSERT, DELETE and UPDATE actions on all tables in the world database?
GRANT SELECT, INSERT, DELETE, UPDATE ON world.* TO 'kofi'@'%';
GRANT SELECT INSERT DELETE UPDATE ON world.* TO 'kofi'@'%'
GRANT world.* (SELECT, INSERT, DELETE, UPDATE) TO 'kofi'@'%'
GRANT (SELECT, INSERT, DELETE, UPDATE) ON world.* TO 'kofi'@'%'
Unless using ALL PRIVILEGES, it is not possible to assign more than one type of privilege at any one time.
Is it possible to force the join order in a query, and if so how?
No, it is not possible.
Yes it is possible, use SELECT STRAIGHT_JOIN rather than just SELECT, the list the tables in the desired order.
Yes it is possible use SELECT FORCE_JOIN rather than just SELECT, then list the tables in the desired order.
Yes it is possible simply list the tables in the desired order in your SELECT.
Which of the following statements are required to create a key cache of 4 MB, assign the MyISAM table world.City to it and preload the index?
Mysql> SET GLOBAL city_cache.key_buffer_size = 4194304; mysql> CACHE INDEX world.City IN city_cache; mysql> LOAD INDEX INTO CACHE world.City;
Mysql> ALTER TABLE world.city KEY_CACHE = 4194304;
Mysql> CREATE CACHE FOR world.City SIZE = 4194304;
It is not possible to create a key cache for a specific MyISAM table, only the global key cache can be used.
You have been granted SELECT, INSERT and DELETE privileges on the table city in the world database. You log in, and exercise all your privileges without any problems. While you are still connected and doing work, the administrator removes your DELETE privileges and informs you by mail that you can no longer delete from table city. Being skeptical, you decided to test your privileges and realize that you still have them all. What is are the most likely causes of this?
The administrator forgot to revoke your UPDATE privilege
The administrator forgot to revoke your SELECT privilege
The administrator removed the DELETE privilege by performing an UPDATE directly on the mysql.table_priv table
The administrator did not execute FLUSH PRIVILEGES
Consider a stored procedure or function that is going to be executed. Which of the following statements are true?
First, the database level privileges are checked, then the global privileges, then the stored routine level privileges.
First, the global privileges are checked, then the stored routine level privileges, then the database level privileges.
First, the global privileges are checked, then the database level privileges, then the stored routine level privileges.
If the stored routine contains commands that access other databases and tables, access control for these objects will also be processed.
You need to allow the user 'joe'@'example.com' the privilege to create and alter stored routines in the world database, but you do not want that user to be able to change any table definitions. The user already has the required permissions to access table data in the database. Which of the following will achieve that?
Mysql> GRANT ALL ROUTINE PRIVILEGES ON world.* TO 'joe'@'example.com';
Mysql> GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON world.* TO 'joe'@'example.com';
Mysql> GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON PROCEDURE world.* TO
mysql> GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON FUNCTION world.* TO 'joe'@'example.com';
Mysql> GRANT CREATE ROUTINE ON world.* TO 'joe'@'example.com'; mysql> GRANT ALTER ROUTINE ON world.* TO 'joe'@'example.com';
You must use GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON world.routine1_name, world.routine2_name ... TO 'joe'@'example.com', replacing routine1_name etc. with the names of each of the stored routines the user may want to create or alter
This cannot be done; permissions on tables and stored routines are always shared.
The account 'ulf'@'localhost' has previously been created with the statement GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON *.* TO 'ulf'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'w01f' This account should no longer be used, so you issue the following command: REVOKE ALL PRIVILEGES ON *.* FROM 'ulf'@'localhost' After executing this statement, you inspect the server and find that
no clients are connected using that account. However, the next day you notice that the account 'ulf'@'localhost' is indeed connected to the server. Why is it still possible for the account 'ulf'@'localhost' to connect to the server?
Specifying GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON *.* effectively created an administrator account, which cannot be disabled through the REVOKE statement
The REVOKE statement used does not remove the USAGE privilege from the account, allowing new connections with that account.
The REVOKE command was not followed by a FLUSH PRIVILEGES command, so the account was never actually disabled
The ON *.* clause should not be specified when disabling an account
Consider the following: mysql> EXPLAIN SELECT Name FROM City WHERE CountryCode =
(SELECT Code FROM Country WHERE Name = 'United States')
*************************** 1. row
*************************** id: 1 select_type: PRIMARY table: City type: ALL possible_keys: NULL key: NULL key_len: NULL ref: NULL rows: 4079 Extra: Using where Which of the following best describes the meaning of the value of the select_type column?
The query has a subquery.
It is the first SELECT in a subquery.
The outer select is the SELECT referred to in the output row.
The inner select is the SELECT referred to in the output row.
Consider the following: mysql> EXPLAIN SELECT * FROM City WHERE CountryCode = 'USA'
*************************** 1. row *************************** id: 1 select_type: SIMPLE table: City type: ALL possible_keys: NULL key: NULL key_len:
NULL ref: NULL rows: 4079 Extra: Using where What does it mean that the possible_keys column value is NULL?
No index is considered available for this query.
No index exists for the table you are querying.
You are not making use of any available indexes in your query.
Which of the following best describe how access control occurs in My SQL?
On login, the username, hostname and password are checked to allow access. On every query execution, the username, hostname and current object access permissions are checked.
On login, the username, hostname and password are checked to allow access. On every query execution, username, hostname, password and current object access permissions are checked.
On login, the username, hostname and password are checked to allow access and the object access permissions at login time are used for all subsequent operations for the lifetime of the connection.
Consider the following: mysql> EXPLAIN SELECT * FROM City WHERE Name = 'Jacksonville' AND CountryCode = 'USA' *************************** 1. row
*************************** id: 1 select_type: SIMPLE table: City type: ref possible_keys: name_country_index key: name_country_index key_len: 13 ref: const,const rows: 1 Extra: Using where Which of the following best describes the meaning of the value for the key_len column?
It shows how big the indexes are.
It shows how many columns are examined.
It shows how many results will be returned.
It shows how many bytes will be used from index rows.
Which of the following statements are true of how access control is based?
It is based off of an access control table in the mysql database.
It is based off of grant tables in the mysql database.
It is based off of an access control list stored in the data directory.
It is based off of an access control list stored inside the .frm files of each table.
Consider the following: mysql> EXPLAIN SELECT * FROM City WHERE CountryCode = 'USA'
*************************** 1. row *************************** id: 1 select_type: SIMPLE table: City type: ALL possible_keys: NULL key: NULL key_len: NULL ref: NULL rows: 4079 Extra: Using where Which of the following best describes the meaning of the "id" column in the output from EXPLAIN?
Which process it is running as.
Which SELECT the row refers to.
It is just an incremental number to identify the rows from the output.
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We're checking out two differently classed cards as far as efficiency is involved, so in preference to pit them in opposition t each and every different, we now have conducted checks with each product towards in a similar way classed playing cards. we've used four diverse, but appropriately configured, examine techniques, with necessities that should reflect the variety of energy current in a device into which the respective card would be put in. For our two stages of benchmarks we've obtained NVIDIA and ATI testbeds.Low-conclusion verify bed ATI gadget NVIDIA system GeCube X1300 HDMI/HDCP HyperMemory 512MB ATI Radeon X1300 seasoned 256MB MSI NX7300GS-TD256E 7300GS 256MB CPU AMD Athlon 64 Socket AM2 (2.2GHz, 512KiB L2 cache, single-core) AMD Athlon sixty four Socket 939 (2.2GHz, 512KiB L2 cache, single-core) Motherboard ECS RS485M-M (ATI RS485+SB460) ASUS A8N-VM CSM (NVIDIA GF6150 + Nforce 430) memory 2 x 256MiB essential CT3264AA53E PC4200 2 x 256MiB Corsair VS512MBKIT400 PC3200 reminiscence timings/velocity 4-4-4-12 1T @ DDR2-488.8MHz 2.5-three-3-8 1T @ 400.18MHz BIOS BETA edition dated 06/28/2006 0702 (01/17/2006) Chipset drivers Catalyst 6.2 Southbridge driver equipment nForce driver pack 8.22 difficult drive160GB Seagate Barracuda 7200.9 (3Gb/s mode) working system home windows XP skilled SP2 GPU/Mem clocks 499.5MHz/540MHz 594MHz/792MHz 550MHz/810MHz pictures BIOS 009.012.012.002 009.012.006.002 5.seventy two.22.34 graphics motive force8.243-060404a-033273E-ATI 84.21
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when you consider that lots of these playing cards might also smartly be attached to HDTVs, HDMI or now not, we thought it prudent to get some efficiency figures at a typical HD decision. We selected 720p, which for those of us who nevertheless talk in dimensions is 1280x720 with none of this interlacing funny business. We shouldn't have any numbers at this resolution from some other cards, so now we have protected the effects for simply the two GeCube playing cards so that you can get a concept of how they perform on their respective test techniques.
We also ran at the extra commonplace laptop display screen resolutions of 1024x768 and 1280x1024 for the low-conclusion system, and ditched 1024x768 in favour of 1600x1200 for the mid-range device.
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mostly because of recent DNA exonerations, a lot of which had contained false confessions in facts, a highlight of scrutiny has been solid on the procedures of police interviewing and interrogation. In fresh years, a few researchers have sought to systematically analyze a number of features of these strategies (Kassin, 1997, Kassin & Gudjonsson, 2004; Gudjonsson, 2003; Leo, 1996a; Ofshe & Leo, 1997). Now, youngsters, a steady circulate of false confession stories emanating from long island, la, Chicago, Miami, and other major U.S. cities are inundating newspapers and television news media on a daily groundwork (see Drizin & Leo, 2004; Leo & Ofshe, 1998). a lot of these studies recount horrific stories of psychologically – and, in some situations, physically – abusive interrogations of little ones and adults, together with many who were cognitively impaired. whereas it is vital to shed light on the difficulty, as analysis has done, it is additionally crucial to know the extent to which the cases that come to public mild symbolize practices which are “regular” or “incredible.”
Forty years ago, the U.S. Supreme court lamented the relative absence of empirical tips about what constituted ordinary or pursuits police interrogation practices. In its landmark decision in Miranda v. Arizona (1966), the court wrote that, “Interrogation nevertheless takes area in privacy. privateness effects in secrecy and this in flip effects in a spot in our competencies as to what basically goes on within the interrogation room” (p. 448). To fill this hole in its personal evaluation, this court docket surveyed and critiqued then-latest police interrogation practicing manuals—most specifically, Inbau and Reid’s (1962) crook Interrogation and Confessions, which is now in its fourth edition (Inbau, Reid, Buckley, & Jayne, 2001). despite the fact the variety of interrogation manuals and programs has accelerated over the closing forty years (Leo, 2004), one can not verify from them what constitutes typical police practices.
considering that Miranda, researchers have used an array of learn how to fill during this empirical hole. This literature is constituted of individual case stories (e.g., Gudjonsson & MacKeith, 1990), archival analyses of genuine case files (e.g., Leo & Ofshe, 1998; Drizin & Leo, 2004), observations of taped interrogations (e.g., Moston, Stephenson, & Williamson, 1992; Ofshe & Leo, 1997), retrospective self-stories of suspects (e.g., Gudjonsson & Sigurdsson, 1999; Gudjonsson, 2006), and laboratory and box experiments (e.g., Kassin & Kiechel, 1996; Kassin, Meissner, & Norwick, 2005; Russano, Meissner, Narchet, & Kassin, 2005). in addition, a couple of social scientists, journalists, and legal students have without delay followed police practices “inside the interrogation room” (e.g., Corwin, 2003; Leo, 1996a; Simon, 1991; Skolnick, 1966; Wald Ayres, Hess, Schantz & Whitebread 006-002, 1967). as a result of this undertaking, there is now a considerable literature on various features of the psychology of police interrogations and confessions (Kassin & Gudjonsson, 2004; Gudjonsson, 2003).
a couple of considerations have attracted consideration in recent research. One issues the extent to which law enforcement specialists can accurately distinguish between fair and misleading statements. Police investigators trust in their potential to make such judgments throughout a pre-interrogation interview, judgments that often investigate whether or not they interrogate suspects or ship them home. This self assurance stems from some mixture of on-the-job journey and legislation enforcement training classes that promise to raise judgment accuracy. as an instance, John E. Reid and co-workers claims that knowledgeable investigators can achieve an eighty five% degree of accuracy through the use of various verbal cues (e.g., certified or rehearsed responses), nonverbal cues (e.g., gaze aversion, frozen posture, slouching) and behavioral attitudes (e.g., lack of problem, anxiousness, and guardedness) presumably diagnostic of actuality or deception. certainly, container research confirms that police are assured in their expertise, with some believing that they possess a “sixth” experience (Leo, 1996c).
the majority of research shows that this religion is misplaced. through the years, a lot of reviews have verified that individuals perform no superior than probability at detecting deception, that practicing tends to supply only small and inconsistent increments in efficiency, and that “specialists” perform most effective a bit of more desirable than typical individuals, if at all (for reviews, see Granhag & Strömwall, 2004; Memon, Vrij, & Bull, 2003; Vrij, 2000). comparing the extent to which trained and naïve school college students can distinguish between actual and false denials to a mock crime, Kassin and Fong (1999) discovered that whereas publicity to the Reid method failed to enhance judgment accuracy, it tremendously boosted self assurance—a sample also discovered amongst experienced investigators who had been later validated the usage of the same tapes (Meissner & Kassin, 2002). other than their efficiency in these experimental initiatives, it continues to be to be considered no matter if investigators in widely wide-spread 006-002 perceive themselves to be correct judges of actuality and deception.
A 2d situation considerations Miranda rights. In 1966, the U.S. Supreme court docket dominated that previous to taking off interrogation police need to inform custodial suspects of their Constitutional rights to silence and to appointed tips, and that anything they say can be used against them. This court docket extra held that suspects must voluntarily, knowingly, and intelligently waive these rights so as for his or her statements to be admissible at trial. Subsequent rulings have carved out exceptions to this rule and restricted the penalties for non-compliance, leading some scholars to query even if police are free to push aside Miranda (Clymer, 2002; Weisselberg, 1998; White, 2001; Zalman, 2003, 2004). probably the most gold standard common felony opinions in American background, Miranda continues to be a mainstay within the interrogation room. In two recent decisions, the U.S. Supreme courtroom has reaffirmed the primary warning-and-waiver requirement (Dickerson v. u.s., 2000; Missouri v. Seibert, 2004), at one element proclaiming that Miranda is “embedded in pursuits police practice to the point where the warnings have develop into part of our countrywide way of life” (Dickerson v. u.s., 2000, p. 2335).
In practice, the requirement may additionally have little impact (Thomas & Leo, 2002). over the years, police have adapted a few concepts to circumvent or nullify Miranda and its invocation suggestions (Leo & White, 1999). as an example, they may additionally steer clear of the want for warnings by using questioning suspects in settings that seem noncustodial (Leo, 1992). Or they can also study 006-002 the rights however then proceed to question suspects as although they'd no option within the count, eliciting what some courts have known as an “implicit waiver” (Leo, 2001a). occasionally police accurately examine the Miranda rights and invocation guidelines but then downplay their importance and persuade suspects that it's of their own self hobby to waive these rights (Leo, 1996b; Simon, 1991). In some situations, they interrogate “outdoor Miranda” by means of tricking suspects into talking after that they had invoked their rights—producing “off the checklist” disclosures that could be used to generate other admissible proof and to question the defendant at trial if he or she chooses to testify (Leo & White, 1999; Weisselberg, 1998).
continually, analysis has published that custodial suspects waive their rights approximately 80% of the time (Cassell & Hayman, 1996; Leo, 1996b; Wald et al., 1967). This high waiver price stems now not simplest from use of the aforementioned recommendations however from the fact that many suspects—reminiscent of juveniles, people who're mentally retarded, and those that are under stress—do not completely keep in mind their Miranda rights and the way to observe them (Cloud, Shepherd, Barkoff, & Shur, 2002; Fulero & Everington, 2004; Grisso, 1981, Oberlander & Goldstein, 2001). Even among suspects who are read 006-002y, it looks that those that are innocent may be principally disposed to waive their precious rights out of a naïve perception within the transparency of their innocence (Kassin, 2005; Kassin & Norwick, 2004).
a third concern concerns the interrogation strategies which are used to elicit confessions. The stated purpose of interrogation is to move a presumed responsible suspect from denial to admission. The strategies used are consequently designed to beat a suspect’s resistance and to induce her or him to confess. The empirical analyze of police interrogation frequently starts off with an examination of what the usual practising manuals suggest (Leo, 1996a; Zimbardo, 1971). in addition, a couple of researchers have studied the technique without delay, by the use of firsthand observations and analyses of interrogation transcripts. These experiences have proven that police use many of the suggested recommendations—comparable to physical isolation, nice confrontations with evidence, and minimization. placing this into a broader framework, Ofshe and Leo (1997) have counseled that interrogation can top of the line be understood as a two-step psychological procedure by which the interrogator first seeks to convince the suspect that he or she is trapped after which makes an attempt to set off that suspect to perceive that the benefits of confessing outweigh the costs.
A fourth concern issues the period of time suspects spend within the interrogation room, a factor of relevance to evaluating the voluntariness of the statements which are made. Observational stories have suggested that activities interrogations tend to be noticeably brief encounters, with the modal duration starting from 20 minutes to an hour (Cassell & Hayman, 1996; Leo, 1996a; Wald et al., 1967). These findings stand in stark contrast to Drizin and Leo’s (2004) archival examine of a hundred twenty five confirmed false confessions, the place 34% of interrogations lasted 6 to 12 hours, 39% lasted 12 to 24 hours, and the mean changed into 16.three hours. This latter discovering is not spectacular in easy of in demand case experiences of false confessions, so many of which have been taken at night and after prolonged interrogations (e.g., Gudjonsson, 2003; Leo & Ofshe, 1998; Johnson, 1997; Ofshe, 1989). As observational studies are constrained handiest to these investigations that researchers are invited or accepted to monitor, and as proven false confession reviews represent an inherently biased pattern of instances, it is still to be seen how skilled police investigators would represent the norm when it comes to time-linked issues.
A fifth concern considerations the rate at which suspects make incriminating statements to police within the sort of admissions and whole narrative confessions. Confession rates have all the time factored prominently into debates concerning law enforcement practices within the united states and in other places. Researchers have sought to check confession rates to gauge how successful interrogators are (Gudjonsson, 2003; Leo, 1996a; Moston et al., 1992; Wald et al., 1967). Interrogation consequences additionally symbolize an evident “bottom line” for detectives who are largely evaluated by using their means to resolve and shut cases (Simon, 1991; Skolnick, 1966). The expense at which police elicit incriminating statements is additionally tremendously consequential for particular person suspects and the criminal justice equipment as a whole. americans who confess are treated in another way at each subsequent stage of the criminal procedure than those that don't. They usually tend to be charged via prosecutors; more more likely to be charged with extra crimes; much less prone to have their situations brushed aside; greater prone to have their situations resolved by plea bargaining; more prone to be found guilty, peculiarly of greater severe fees; and more likely to receive extreme punishment upon conviction (Leo & Ofshe, 1998; Drizin & Leo, 2004).
in the united states, analysis has recommended that the confession price levels from 46% to sixty eight% (Neubauer, 1974; Witt, 1973). in line with their own observations, Cassell and Hayman (1996) pronounced a confession cost of 54% in Utah; Leo (1996a) reported a confession fee of 64% in Northern California (for a assessment, see Thomas, 1996). again, as a result of these facts are not derived from consultant samples of interrogations or circumstances, it will be instructive to compare these prices to estimates that police investigators provide on the basis of their own collective experiences.
On the query of interrogation results, false confessions are a selected source of problem, coming up with disturbing frequency in DNA exoneration cases. although nobody knows the extent of the difficulty or has devised an enough method of calculating exact incidence costs, it is obvious that the situations which have been discovered and publicized symbolize the tip of a plenty greater iceberg (Drizin & Leo, 2004; Gross, Jacoby, Matheson, Bernard Law Montgomery & Patel, 2005). historically, the law enforcement community has been reluctant to appreciate that individuals would confess to crimes they did not commit except physically tortured or mentally disabled (Leo, 2001b). Is it feasible that the contemporary spate of DNA exonerations and news media coverage of excessive-profile false confessions has softened police skepticism? those that train interrogators have come to well known the opportunity in fresh versions of their manuals (e.g., Inbau et al., 2001; Walters, 2003; Wicklander & Zulawski, 2002). What is not clear, however, is the extent to which practitioners share this difficulty.
A sixth difficulty issues the techniques during which police interrogations and confessions are recorded. Investigators are trained to convert the oral admissions they elicit into full written, audiotaped, or videotaped confessions that can later be offered in court. As more and more wrongful convictions in accordance with false confessions are found out, although, there has emerged a lively debate in state legislatures and in the courts about these record-protecting practices. more and more, there are calls for mandating the digital recording of total interrogations—a requirement that would arguably deter egregious interrogation strategies, cut back the number of false confessions, inhibit frivolous defense claims of coercion, and boost the truth-discovering accuracy of judges and juries (for an overview of the history, issues, arguments, and latest practices, see Drizin & Reich, 2004). during the past, most police departments in the united states resisted the recording of interrogations, arguing that the camera would inhibit suspects from talking, restrict police from the use of advantageous tactics that could offend judges and juries, and allow protection attorneys to assault the voluntariness of the confessions (e.g., see Inbau et al., 2001). it's wonderful that police who've videotaped interrogations as a count of policy or on a voluntary foundation have reacted favorably to the practice (Geller, 1992; Buckley & Jayne, 2005; Sullivan, 2004). nevertheless, it is not clear if there is still in typical a subculture of skepticism and resistance within the trenches of the legislation enforcement community.
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