[CentOS] Re: Request info on managing MySQL

Scott Silva ssilva at sgvwater.com
Mon Sep 22 15:08:38 UTC 2008


on 9-20-2008 6:40 PM Joe Klemmer spake the following:
> Good day/night/whatever fellow techies,
> 
> 	I've come to a small problem managing mysql on CentOS 4.7 box[1].  When
> I have done things on mysql on my desktop systems it was always just for
> personal use so I would be lazy and put everything under the "test" db
> so I didn't have to deal with all that security.  But I find that I need
> to put some db's on the "production" box and could use a little
> assistance.
> 
> 	I can manage with the bulk of the work but since mysql is all
> pre-configured on RH based systems I don't know where to find the root
> password or any other tidbits needed to get started.  Access to the
> grant and other admin db's and tables is all I believe I need.  Looking
> through the docs on centos.org didn't reveal anything to me (or I just
> missed it).
> 


I do believe that a default install of Mysql leaves no root password, which 
you *should* add as soon as you start the service.


> 	So the end result of this message is simply can someone point me to the
> howto use mysql on CentOS/RHEL info.  I just need to be able to start
> adding db's and such.  Once there I'm good to go.
> 
> Thank you in advance,
> Joe
> 
> 
> [1] I know, I should upgrade but, as I mentioned, I'm a real lazy guy.
> 

4.7 just came out. So what are you lazy about upgrading?


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