[Snort-users] Re: Snort and M$ Access?????
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Fri Feb 8 19:36:04 EST 2002
True, however linked tables don't store the foreign data locally.
So the MDB file will not grow to that size. However, should you
have a large table of data, and try to literally open the table..
well, you're in for a treat.
>I don't know if this has been mentioned previously, but MS Access has a
>limit for access mdb files to 1GB. From my prior experience using
>Access to log firewall data, your Access file will hit that limit very
>quickly (in a couple days)....
>I hope this helps in some way,
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Brad Plies [mailto:plies at ...4921...]
> > Sent: Friday, February 08, 2002 3:16 PM
> > To: snort-users at lists.sourceforge.net
> > Subject: [Snort-users] Re: Snort and M$ Access?????
> > 1. On the Win machine, install MySQL's MyODBC driver.
> > As an admin, setup an ODBC data source to your MySQL
> > database on the Linux machine.
> > 2. Setup a database user account that has read-only access.
> > 3. Have MS Access link tables with through the ODBC datasource.
> > 4. Done. Build you're own Access queries to see what you
> > want and to build custom reports.
> > 5. As a security concern, make sure that the connection
> > between the Win & Linux machines is secured somehow. And
> > connecting this way will hog 1 database connection.
> > >Anyway, what I really need to know is, does there exist
> > some tool that
> > >will allow for "easy" (meaning little work for me, and I
> > don't care how
> > >much work for others) migration/transport of the mysql
> > database info
> > >from my Linux machine to their Win2K box? If so, does
> > there exist a
> > >tool to pull that info back out in a usable format - something
> > >comparable to ACID or SnortSnarf?
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