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From:Thimble Smith Date:May 18 1999 9:35pm
Subject:Re: Beginner Help on privileges
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Try running:


after you use the GRANT command.  I know it isn't supposed to be
needed, but I did need it sometimes (sorry I didn't file a good
bug report on it - I'd forgotten all about that).


On Tue, May 18, 1999 at 10:21:17PM +0100, Paul Smith wrote:
> Hi,
> I am new to SQL and have a couple of problems.  I have MySQL running on NT4
> fine.  I can issue queries to the database and retrieve records, create new
> tables, etc.  
> I have a problem with the security side. I have tried to add users as per
> the manual.  Similar to what follows.
> shell> mysql --user=root mysql
>  mysql> GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON *.* TO monty@localhost IDENTIFIED BY
> 'something' WITH GRANT OPTION; 
> however...  The user never seems to appear in the user table and I cannot
> logon using that user ID.  I can issue an sql insert statement to add the
> user, but despite it then appearing in the table, I still can't logon with
> that user.  At the moment I can only log on as root!
> Regards, Paul
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Beginner Help on privilegesPaul Smith19 May
  • Re: Beginner Help on privilegesThimble Smith19 May
  • Re: Beginner Help on privilegesMike Machado19 May