Moving Firewall Analyzer's database to different directory in the same server
This procedure is applicable for Firewall Analyzer version 7.4 (Build 7400) onwards.
How to find build number?
In the Firewall Analyzer web client, and click the About link in the top pane. You will find the build number mentioned below the build version. This is the build number of the currently installed Firewall Analyzer.
To move the Firewall Analyzer's Indexes to a different drive/directory on the same server
- Go to Archive Settings page.
- Enable Change Raw Logs Indexing Location check box.
- Modify the Log Indexing Location to the new location and save.
- Move all the directories from previous location to the new location.
How to move MySQL data to another drive in the same physical machine?
Follow the steps given below to move the database to a different drive:
- Stop the Firewall Analyzer server/service, if it is running.
- Check the task manager for the process java.exe and mysqld-nt.exe, kill the process if any of these process is running.
- Copy the folder <Firewall Analyzer Home>\mysql\data to a folder in another drive (e.g., D:\Firewall\data).i.e., the new location to which you want to move the data of MySQL database.
- Rename the present data folder under mysql folder as dataold and you can delete it later.
- Open the startDB.bat/sh file, located under <Firewall Analyzer Home>\bin directory.
Edit the following command in the mysql startup line:
where, the D:\Firewall\data is the new location for the MySQL database.
After changing the command, the start command will look like:
@start /B %DB_HOME%\bin\mysqld-nt --standalone --basedir=%DB_HOME%
--port=%DB_PORT% --datadir=D:\Firewall\data --innodb_buffer_pool_size=180M
--key-buffer-size=32M --innodb_file_per_table --max_heap_table_size=32M
--tmp_table_size=40M --innodb_flush_log_at_trx_commit=0 --log-error
Please add "--datadir=<desired location>" after "--basedir" attribute in the mysql startup line.
After adding the "--datadir" attribute to the command, the start command will look like:
$DB_HOME/bin/mysqld --no-defaults --basedir=$DB_HOME --datadir=/advent/5g/Working/Latest/data --port=$DB_PORT --socket=$TMP_HOME/mysql.sock --user=root..............
||The above command may slightly differ for various builds, however, ensure that, |
in Windows "--datadir=%DB_HOME%\data"
is changed to "--datadir=<new drive with absolute path>"
in Linux "--datadir=<new drive with absolute path>" is added.
- Save the file.
- Start the Firewall Analyzer server/service.
- Check whether the data is correct and the D:\Firewall\data directory size is getting increased.
Moving MSSQL Database
- Stop the Firewall Analyzer Server/Service.
- Login to SQL Server database with system administrator permissions.
- Find the current location of the data file and log file for the database firewall by using the following commands:
- Detach the database by using the following commands:
- Copy the data file and log file from the current location (<MSSQL Home>\data\firewall.mdf and <MSSQL Home>\data\firewall_log.LDF)
to the new location (<New location>\firewall.mdf and <New Location>\firewall_log.LDF).
- Re-attach the database and point to the new location by using the following commands:
sp_attach_db 'firewall' , '<New Location>\firewall.mdf' , '<New Location>\firewall_log.LDF'
- Verify the changed location by using the following commands:
- Start the Firewall Analyzer Server/Service.