mysql grant problem
miguel.nixon at gmail.com
Fri Sep 28 08:49:16 UTC 2007
After issuing a GRANT .... statement, you should always
If the user is going to be connecting to your mysql server from a
different pc/ip address, then you could create a similar user with the
.......'zendtest'@'%' IDENTIFIED BY 'zendtest';
Followed with FLUSH PRIVILEGES;
This would allow the user to connect from *anywhere* - not always a good
idea from a security standpoint. You could of course specify an ip
address instead of '%'......
Hope this helps.
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