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From:Gerald Clark Date:July 12 2002 6:08pm
Subject:Re: Can access DBs when started w/ safe_mysql but not with mysqld????
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The mysql user should own the databases and files, not root.

David Kramer wrote:

>I am able to access all of the database instances that I have created when
>starting Mysql with safe_mysql(as root user).  As soon as I start mysql any
>other way, I keep getting the Access Denied Error.  Can root only access DBs
>under safe_mysql?  Im completely lost here....
>
>Thanks,
>
>DK
>
>David Kramer
>Reflect.com
>
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Can access DBs when started w/ safe_mysql but not with mysqld????David Kramer12 Jul
  • Re: Can access DBs when started w/ safe_mysql but not with mysqld????Gerald Clark12 Jul
RE: Can access DBs when started w/ safe_mysql but not with mysqld????David Kramer12 Jul
  • Re: Can access DBs when started w/ safe_mysql but not with mysqld ????Gerald Clark12 Jul