For more information, please see Managing Account.
Use a CVM instance connected to the network of the TencentDB for MariaDB instance to access the private IP of the MariaDB instance. For more information, please see Accessing Instance > Private network access.
Install a database client on a Windows or Linux server in the public network to access the public IP of the TencentDB for MariaDB instance. For more information, please see Accessing Instance > Public network access.
Log in to the TencentDB for MariaDB console, click an instance ID/name, and enter the instance management page. On the Account Management tab, locate the desired account in the account list, and select More > Reset Password in the Operation column.
No. The minimum granularity of TencentDB for MariaDB permission settings is table rather than field. This is completely the same as in MySQL.
Yes. You can set accessing the replica server through a read-only account in business modules where your need to read data only from the replica server.
A read-only account does not have the permission to run stored procedures or custom functions. This cannot be changed.