SingleStore Helios Endpoints
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An endpoint is a URL used to connect with SingleStore Helios workspaces.
When using a third-party SQL client or development tool, you must first add a database user to log into a SingleStore Helios database.
To establish an encrypted connection from a stand-alone SQL client, you need a TLS/SSL public certificate.
For example, using the MySQL command line (CLI) client, you can connect to the SingleStore Helios endpoints using the
singlestore_ certificate file.
. file enables support for encrypted connections.
--ssl-mode=VERIFY_ option to verify the certificate.
Note: Include the
--ssl-mode=REQUIRED option to establish a secure connection in older versions of the MySQL client, even when the
--ssl-ca option is specified.
mysql -u admin -p -h <endpoint-host> -P 3306 --default-auth=mysql_native_password --ssl-ca=./singlestore_bundle.pem --ssl-mode=VERIFY_CA
singlestore_ file, which SQL clients can use to connect to SingleStore Helios, will be updated as of October 20, 2023.
If your SQL client uses the
singlestore_ file and the
--ssl-mode=VERIFY_ flag to connect, and your SQL client can no longer connect to SingleStore Helios, please download and use the latest
See Connect to SingleStore Helios using TLS/SSL topic for more information.
Last modified: October 18, 2023