upgraded 6.2 and mysql lost all privileges
admin2 at enabled.com
Tue Mar 6 21:44:45 UTC 2007
yeah - I have about 15 other user accounts specific to my mysql
installation that were not in the /etc/passwd file. where were those
Vince Hoffman wrote:
> user accounts are held in /etc/passwd
> the default UIDs created by ports are listed in
> including mysql
> mysql:*:88:88:MySQL Daemon:/var/db/mysql:/sbin/nologin
> you can either re-add it using pw or just paste the line in using vipw
> Noah wrote:
>> the user accounts are gone. where does that information reside? I dont
>> know how else to say or ask that question.
>> Björn König wrote:
>>> Noah schrieb:
>>>> Hi there,
>>>> I just upgraded to 6.2 and now I do not see my mysql privileges. is
>>>> there an easy way to get them back in place. I thought they would
>>>> magically appear in the /var/db/mysql directory and stuff.
>>>> Is there an easy way to recover these accounts or do I need to readd
>>>> them manually??
>>> What privileges do you mean? Privileges for accessing the database or
>>> /var/db/mysql? What do you expect? What happens? More input (and
>>> output) please.
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