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Re: xmysqladmin weirdness



On 07-May-00 Danny wrote:
> mysql username are a "seperate" entity with the /etc/passwd  file
> The mysql password is stored in a db called "mysql" and the root,
> yourusername
> is stored in "/etc/passwd"
> 
> So it doesn't really matter if you use "root" or "username"
> Looking forward to your feedback.
> 
> dannyh
> 
> dannyh idx com au

So how do I fix the problem when I log in as "user" ?

Just curious ,Slashdot.org there was an article critiquing
Mysql. The author stated that MySQL is not a real RDBMS.
He stated that MySQL not good as  an enterprise db ?
What do you think ?
larrym


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Date: 06-May-00
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