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From:Olaf Stein Date:January 31 2008 2:29pm
Subject:SQL_LOG_OFF / super priv question
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Hi All,

I would like for my regular database users to be able to turn logging off
for certain sessions. This would work by allowing them to set SQL_LOG_OFF
and SQL_LOG_BIN. This requires the user to have the SUPER privilege.
Is there any reason why regular users should not have this privilege?
Or, is there any other way of turning off logging temporarily, preferably
initiated by the connecting client?


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SQL_LOG_OFF / super priv questionOlaf Stein31 Jan
  • Re: SQL_LOG_OFF / super priv questionMoon's Father4 Feb
    • Re: SQL_LOG_OFF / super priv questionOlaf Stein4 Feb