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From:Paul DuBois Date:March 25 2002 3:31am
Subject:Re: Grant all on my mysql.*
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At 21:32 -0500 3/24/02, alan4100 wrote:
>mysql
>Michael,
>
>It is clear now after typing in p-a-s-s-w-o-r-d
>into the password for the user root.
>
>It then went through fine, but I never set up the password for the root user.

Sure you did:

At 18:09 -0500 3/24/02, alan4100 wrote:
>
>mysql> Grant all on mysql.* to 'root'@'localhost' identified by "password";
>Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.00 sec)

That statement specifies that the password for root is "password".



>Hope it will be clear later how the password had been stored for the 
>user root. It had to occur before or during the installation.

Nope.  *You* specified it.
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Grant all on my mysql.*alan410025 Mar
  • Re: Grant all on my mysql.*Michael Stassen25 Mar
  • Re: Grant all on my mysql.*Paul DuBois25 Mar
Re: Grant all on my mysql.*alan410025 Mar
Re: Grant all on my mysql.*alan410025 Mar
Re: Grant all on my mysql.*alan410025 Mar
  • Re: Grant all on my mysql.*Paul DuBois25 Mar
  • Re: Grant all on my mysql.*alan410025 Mar
Re: Grant all on my mysql.*alan410025 Mar