Databend provides support for MySQL compatible CLI and GUI clients where you can connect to Databend and execute queries from.
Databend is not a complete implementation of the MySQL protocol, so certain programs such as some ORM frameworks may not be able to connect to Databend.
To connect to Databend with MySQL compatible clients, you will need to connect to port 3307 with a SQL user created in Databend.
This example connects to a remote Databend with a SQL user named
mysql -h172.20.0.2 -udatabend -P3307 -pdatabend
This example connects to a local Databend with the user
mysql -h127.0.0.1 -uroot -P3307
There are four built-in accounts in Databend that can be accessed from a local machine without requiring a password. These accounts are immutable and possess the highest level of privileges, meaning their settings cannot be altered or removed. Additionally, it is not possible to change or update their passwords.
Example: Connect from DBeaver
DBeaver is a universal database management tool for everyone who needs to work with data in a professional way. With DBeaver you are able to manipulate with your data like in a regular spreadsheet, create analytical reports based on records from different data storages, export information in an appropriate format.
The following steps show how to establish a connection to Databend with DBeaver.
- Create a SQL user in Databend.
CREATE USER user1 IDENTIFIED BY 'abc123';
GRANT ALL ON *.* TO user1;
- In DBeaver, choose a driver for the new connection. Select
MySQL, then click Next.
- On the Connection Settings screen, configure your connection settings, including:
- Database name
- Username and password
- Click Test Connection... to see if the connection works.