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MySQL and RapidMiner
What do I need to know if I want to use MySQL database with RapidMiner?
In general there are two things you need to know and take care of.
1. Setting up the connection to the database
From within RapidMiner Studio you can connect by creating a database connection as described in this Knowledge Base article.
If you want to install RapidMiner Server on MySQL you need to download a MySQL connector and follow the installation instructions described in this article.
2. Settings for storing large(r) datasets
- The MySQL variable 'max_allowed_packet' defines the size of one packet which is delivered or received from the MySQL Server. As of MySQL version 5.7 this variable is set to 4MB or 16MB by default and can have a maximum value of 1GB. So if storing a RapidMiner ExampleSet in MySQL aborts with something like:
com.mysql.jdbc.PacketTooBigException: Packet for query is too large (30237356 > 16777216). You can change this value on the server by setting the max_allowed_packet' variable.you may want to adapt this value in the options file of your MySQL Server environment and restart the Server. If you use the MySQL Workbench you may find the settings here:
- The RapidMiner Server variable 'com.rapidanalytics.db.max_rowlength' reflects the max number of bytes per row RapidMiner uses to store an Object. Depending on the storage engine MySQL uses, one it may only be possible to store up to 1000 columns per ExampleSet. Please refer to your database administrator for information about the max number of columns your database allows. To avoid conflicts in advance we recommend to lower the value for this variable from the default of 20,000 to 15,000 or 10,000 Bytes and ensure that you only store ExampleSets with a number of columns which do not exceed the maximum value.
- Login as user 'admin' in the RapidMiner Server Webinterface
- Navigate to 'Administration' => 'System Settings'.
- If the variable 'com.rapidanalytics.db.max_rowlength' is not listed - Click on 'Add property'
- Enter com.rapidanalytics.db.max_rowlength in the field Property and 15,000 in the field Value
- Click 'Submit'
Now you should be all set for your work with RapidMiner and MySQL :smileyhappy: