To install MySQL server on AWS, the best way is to use our AWS marketplace image that fully sets up a production ready MySQL server also running PHP, Apache, PhpMyadmin with MySQL connectors. Click on the link below to find our more information.
MySQL Windows Server on AWS
Once you’ve deployed our MySQL windows virtual machine to your AWS tenant its ready to go.
RDP into new MySQL server:
MySQL Server Details
MySQL database credentials are (also used for phpMyadmin login):
MYSQL Username: root
MYSQL Password: Password is the VM Instance ID. To find the Instance ID you will find on the top right of the desktop or within the AWS console under the EC2 VM properties
NOTE: If you find the root password doesn’t work. Wait 5 mins as during the first boot a start script is setting the root MySQL password and could still be running. You can see if its still running by viewing any Windows task schedule jobs. Wait for it to finish and then try logging in again.
PHP Files location:
MySQL Server Ports
The following ports need to be opened in AWS if you are using a firewall appliance or any security groups.
3306 – TCP (MySQL)
33060 – TCP (MySQL X Protocol)
6446 – TCP MySQL Router
6447 – TCP MySQL Router
6448 – TCP InnoDB Cluster
6449 – TCP InnoDB Cluster
Apache Webserver Ports
TCP/80 – (http traffic)
TCP/443 – (https traffic)
To setup AWS firewall rules refer to – AWS Security Groups
If you have any questions about the setup of our MySQL Server on Windows solution in AWS, leave your comments below and we will reply within 24 hours.
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