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From:Paul DuBois Date:April 19 2002 8:31pm
Subject:Re: GRANT questions on OS X.
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At 14:58 -0400 4/19/02, Barry C. Hawkins wrote:
>      Enclose the user string in quotes.  This will allow you to use 
>the global wildcard option.
>GRANT ALL ON *.* TO "myuser@%" IDENTIFIED BY "mypassword";

You should quote the user name and host name parts separately.


>      For those not using Mac OS X, the default shell is tcsh.  I am 
>not sure if this quirk is a function of string handling in tcsh or 
>what, but this is the workaround I am using.

The shell doesn't have anything to do with how MySQL interprets the
GRANT statement.


>Happy granting,
>Barry C. Hawkins
>Systems Consultant
>All Things Computed
>On Fri, 19 Apr 2002 13:45:56 -0400 Alex Pilson 
><alex@stripped> wrote:
>Why is this producing a syntax error at the %? This is supposed to
>create a global user, yes?
>GRANT ALL ON *.* TO myuser@% IDENTIFIED BY "mypassword";
>Is there a quick command to show all GRANTS? or Users?

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