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Re: password problem






Am 31.07.2015 um 16:23 schrieb Martin Mueller:
Dear Mr Harald,

I've learned some things from your responses and even more from shawn
green's. You might learn a lot from him about patience and courtesy, which
make life on a technical forum a lot easier. You clearly know a lot about
technical stuff, but you're short on patience, and it would help you a lot
to practice a little courtesy and refrain from vulgar language.

well, i am developer and sysadmin, not a politican

my first response pointed again to the docs and quotet that:
>>> Resetting the Root Password: Generic Instructions
>>> Stop the MySQL server if necessary, then restart it
>>> with the --skip-grant-tables option

https://www.google.at/search?q=skip-grant-tables would have flooded you with informations

P.S.: on the right side of the docs page is a "Section Navigation" with a link https://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/resetting-permissions.html#resetting-permissions-generic

On 7/31/15 9:12 AM, "Reindl Harald" <h.reindl@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Am 31.07.2015 um 15:40 schrieb shawn l.green:
1. Log on to your system as the Unix user that the MySQL server runs as
(for example, mysql).

Everything that executes on a Linux/Unix/Mac machine executes in the
context of some kind of user account (the system login). By default,
mysqld (the database server daemon) is installed to run under the host
machine user account 'mysql'. It can be changed if you want to change it
but that is the default. That is why 'mysql' was listed in the "for
example" section of that instruction

but this part of the docs is completly bullshit

a) on no sane system the user "mysql" has a password, hence
    no login possible and typically it has also no shell
    configured

b) for what reason "mysql -u root" and you are done with
    skip-grant-tables (and skip-grant-tables is the only
    relevant point)

why in the world should i need to logon as the user mysqld runs for
connect to mysqld? but anyways, "mysql -u mysql" would have worked also
as well as "mysql -u bullshit" because skip-grant-tables does what it
says, you can do anything you like to do

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