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From:Gary Roach Date:September 15 2010 5:10pm
Subject:GRANT ALL error - newbee
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I'm attempting to set up a Linux Apache Mysql PHP  (LAMP) system for the 
first time. On my internal network (behind firewall) I have a computer 
(cruncher) that is acting as the web server. Another computer 
(supercrunch) is being used as the home for Dupal6. I connected to the 
cruncher system from supercrunch with "mysql -u root -h cruncher -p". 
This seemed to work fine. But, one of the setup statements follows along 
with the result. I can't find the error. Help!

mysql> GRANT ALL PRIVILAGES ON *.* TO 'gary@supercrunch' IDENTIFIED BY 
'<password>' WITH GRANT OPTION;
ERROR 1064 (42000): You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the 
manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right 
syntax to use near 'PRIVILAGES ON *.* TO 'gary@supercrunch' IDENTIFIED 
BY 'qatip' WITH GRANT OPTION' at line 1

Leaving out the quotes makes no difference.

Gary R

GRANT ALL error - newbeeGary Roach15 Sep
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