Thank you Shawn!
2006/2/7, SGreen@stripped <SGreen@stripped>:
> Célio Cidral Junior <ccidral.newsbox@stripped> wrote on 02/05/2006
> There already IS a users table that you can either send CRUD statements to
> or manage through the GRANT and REVOKE statements. Since MySQL security also
> gets down to the column level, there is a table for each level of user
> permissions: user, db, tables_priv, and columns_priv. The appropriate
> records and settings in those tables determines the access rights (the ACL)
> for native MySQL user accounts.
> Because these are "system" tables, they are not guaranteed to exist from one
> version to another nor are the columns' names or purposes guaranteed to stay
> the same between releases. You can directly edit them as you see fit but you
> must remember to issue a FLUSH PRIVILEGES command in order for your changes
> to take immediate effect.
> The parts of the manual pertinent to your task:
> Shawn Green
> Database Administrator
> Unimin Corporation - Spruce Pine