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From:Paul DuBois Date:April 13 2000 1:09am
Subject:Re: mysqldump and security
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At 9:00 PM -0400 2000-04-12, Christopher R. Jones wrote:
>I found that I can use mysqldump --tab=c:\temp mysql to dump all the
>information about users and priviliges no mater who I am logged onto the NT
>workstation as.  I would have thought that I would have had to tell
>mysqldump that I was the root user and give the proper password??

If you run any of the other MySQL client programs without specifying
a root user and password, do they let you connect?  Perhaps your C:\my.cnf
file has a name and password in it.

Or perhaps you've never specified a password for the root user.

Paul DuBois, paul@stripped
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