I use a specific user (backup) for my backups, therefore user privileges
are not effected. Is there something like this which you could use?
Andre Hübner wrote:
> Thank you for answering.
> is there a way to do without granting super-privileg? for security
> reasons i cannot grant too high privileges for normal db-users.
> rights should be limited to own db.
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Ben Clewett" <ben@stripped>
> To: "Andre Hübner" <Andre.Huebner@stripped>
> Cc: <mysql@stripped>
> Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2008 9:46 AM
> Subject: Re: external mysqldump
>> > mysql -u root -p ....
>> mysql> GRANT SUPER ON *.* TO myuser@'%';
>> mysql> GRANT SUPER ON *.* TO myuser@'localhost';
>> Andre Hübner wrote:
>>> Hi List,
>>> i wrote this alrready in mysql-forum a few days ago, but did not get
>>> any answer. :(
>>> i try to do backup with mysqldump from external host with routines.
>>> mysqldump -R -h my.host.name -u myuser -p'mypass' mydb > filename.sql
>>> I got error: myuser has insufficent privileges to SHOW CREATE
>>> FUNCTION `countuser`!
>>> It works if i do the same mysqldumLine directly on the server where
>>> db is installed.
>>> In mysql-table myuser has same privileges for % and locklhost. Are
>>> there some further restrictions for external connects?
>>> I dont have an idea what to change now.
>>> Thank you