At 4:39 PM -0400 6/3/01, Zachary Burnham wrote:
>Is this new syntax? It seems to be different from your book, Paul.
Yes, the quoting rules changed a little subsequent to publication of
the book. The safest way to specify the account name is to quote both
the user and host parts, but you must quote them separately: "user"@"host"
>On Friday, June 1, 2001, at 10:50 PM, Paul DuBois wrote:
>>At 10:13 PM -0400 6/1/01, daddius wrote:
>>>hello everyone... I am very new to mysql and I needed some help creating 1
>>>admin account for 4 computers.
>>>This is the error I keep getting.
>>> mysql> grant all on *.* to admin@% identified by "password";
>>> ERROR 1064: You have an error in your SQL syntax near '% identified by
>>>"password"' at line 1
>>Put quotes around the % character:
>>mysql> grant all on *.* to admin@"%" identified by "password";
>>-- Paul DuBois, paul@stripped
Paul DuBois, paul@stripped