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From:Paul DuBois Date:March 9 2003 11:27pm
Subject:Re: Resolving Error 1130
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At 17:21 -0600 3/9/03, cosmicsoft wrote:
>>But shouldn't it realize that there is a wildcard entry? How could it
>>deny access then, since it realizes there is a wildcard but doesn't
>>know the username?
>>
>>Adam sql

If in fact there is such an entry, yes.  But it depends on how your ISP
made the change to % in the user table entry.  If they used UPDATE and
didn't issue a FLUSH PRIVILEGES afterward, the server is still using
the old in-memory copies of the grant tables.


>>
>>On Sunday, March 9, 2003, at 05:15  PM, Paul DuBois wrote:
>>
>>>It *is* consulting the user table.  This particular error message means
>>>that there are *no* entries in the user table that match the given
>>>host.

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Resolving Error 1130cosmicsoft10 Mar
  • Re: Resolving Error 1130Paul DuBois10 Mar
Re: Resolving Error 1130cosmicsoft10 Mar
  • Re: Resolving Error 1130Paul DuBois10 Mar
    • Re: Resolving Error 1130Jack McKinney12 Apr