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Configuring Database Security

Updated at: Mar 20, 2020 GMT+08:00

To ensure that RDS MySQL databases can run properly and prevent account information from being deleted by mistake, DAS hides the following accounts of MySQL database users.

Table 1 Account information

Account Name

Description

mysql.session@localhost

Specifies the internal database account configured in MySQL 5.7 or later.

mysql.sys@localhost

Specifies the internal database account configured in MySQL 5.7 or later.

root@%

Specifies the account configured when you create an RDS MySQL instance.

rdsAdmin@localhost

Specifies the management account, which has the highest superuser permission and is used to query and modify DB instance information, rectify faults, migrate data, and restore data.

rdsBackup@localhost

Specifies the backup account, which is used for background backup.

rdsMetric

Specifies the metering account, which is used by watchdog to collect database status data.

rdsRepl

Specifies the replication account, which is used to synchronize data from primary DB instances to standby DB instances or read replicas.

drsFull

Specifies the account added to the destination database when you start a full migration task.

drsIncremental

Specifies the account added to the destination database when you start an incremental migration task.

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