I have a MySQL database cluster set up that I can connect to successfully via the command line (by running the flags in the terminal).
I’d like to be able to connect to the MySQL Workbench. I looked at this tutorial but I must be missing some kind of prerequisite that I cannot figure out.
I entered: SSH Hostname: redactedname-do-user-redactednumber-0.b.db.ondigitalocean.com:25060 SSH Username: doadmin SSH Password: redactedPassword MySQL Hostname: 127.0.0.1 MySQL Server Port: 3306 Username: root
The error I get is:
Failed to Connect to MySQL at 127.0.0.1:3306 through SSH tunnel at email@example.com:25060 with user root Cannot open SSH Tunnel: Socket error: Connection reset by peer
I’ve been working on this issue for quite a long time trying to open an SSH tunnel manually in the terminal, using this template for the command: ssh -L 8888:127.0.0.1:3306 firstname.lastname@example.org.
This command gives me: “Permission denied (publickey)”
I also generated an SSH Key file and have linked that in the Workbench but that has not helped me make progress.
This article https://phoenixnap.com/kb/fix-connection-reset-by-peer-ssh-error#:~:text=The most common causes of,%2C DenyHosts%2C etc.) may be useful in troubleshooting the specific error I am receiving from the workbench.
Is this an issue from Digital Ocean rejecting the connection? Do I need to set up some SSH tunnel manually? Why is it refusing connection?
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The tutorial with the remote MySQL connection via SSH would not work for Managed MySQL Clusters as the clusters do not come with SSH access.
The tutorial would work if you had MySQL installed on a regular Droplet.
What you could do instead is to specify the MySQL Cluster details as usual without using the SSH tunnel option in your SQL client.
Let me know if you have any questions. Regards, Bobby