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From:Michael Widenius Date:March 19 1999 9:48am
Subject:Re: access denied for user: 'root@localhost'
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>>>>> "michel" == michel tisniewaarhe <tisniewaarhe@stripped>
> writes:

michel> Mark,
michel> I tried that, but I get the same message for whatever I try with mysql 
michel> or mysqladmin

michel> Error 1045: Acces Denied for user: 'root@llocalhost' (using password: 
michel> YES)

The above means that you are supplying a password to mysqladmin on
your command line, your environment or through your my.cnf file !

Try:

mysqladmin --print-defaults

michel> As if it already has a password for root! But it can't  I erased the 
michel> mysql directory

michel> recreated the database mysql, start the deamon, and try to connect.

michel> It's weird ah?

Please include always a FULL example of what you do!  The error
message is not enough!

Regards,
Monty
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access denied for user: 'root@localhost']tisniewaarhe18 Mar
  • Re: access denied for user: 'root@localhost']Micheal Mc Evoy18 Mar
  • Re: access denied for user: 'root@localhost'Mark Keaney18 Mar
Re: access denied for user: 'root@localhost'michel tisniewaarhe19 Mar
  • Re: access denied for user: 'root@localhost'Michael Widenius19 Mar
RE:access denied for user: 'root@localhost'michel tisniewaarhe19 Mar
Re: access denied for user: 'root@localhost'michel tisniewaarhe19 Mar
Re: access denied for user: 'root@localhost'michel tisniewaarhe19 Mar