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root user delete in MYSQL

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Hello Smart guys,
I made a mistake which makes me feel like a stupid user. I am new to mysql and I need your help to create a root id on my server.

I tried to do what most of the posts are telling to start the mysql server

/usr/local/mysql/bin/mysqld_safe --skip-grant-tables --user=root --skip-networking

I did all that and created a root user but when I run Flush command I get error Access denied RELOAD previliges required.

I am able to change the user table in mysql db with all previliges to Y.

Any idea how to solve this.

I really appreciate your help. I am worried now how to solve this.

Please help.

Regards
Peter
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Mar 27 '07 #1
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