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Re: [hylafax-users] Cypheus problem
You were absolutely right :(
It was a problem with priveleges - the data was in there (host, user
etc) but regardless of flushing, nothing happened until I shut down
mysqld and restarted it - suddenly I could connect.
BTW, I have a more questions on Cypheus - should I ask them here or
direct them to the developers?
On 9 Apr 2003 at 17:06, Sam Kalet wrote:
> > As a relative newbie with MySQL, we have left the root account
> > unprotected (it's an internal LAN) and are attempting to connect oin
> > the default port of 3306. Host name is correct - same as the HylaFAX
> > server. User name is root - password is blank.
> > Any ideas where to start looking please?
> I haven't used Cypheus, but this almost sounds more like a MySQL
> question. By default, I'm sure that the root user is only allowed to
> connect to a database from localhost. You will most likely need to
> look through the privilege sections of the MySQL manual (looks like
> sections 4.2 and 4.3) to allow your user to connect to the specific
> database from IPs other than localhost. Ideally you'll set this to
> the netblock that you are using locally.
Nigel Allen, Snr Consultant, ProSmart Consulting Pty Ltd
48 Tiarri Avenue, Terrey Hills, NSW 2084, Australia
Tel: +61 2 9450 2690 Fax: +61 2 9450 2691 Mob: +61 4 1494 5269
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