Java, MySQL, Avaya

User Management

It is very important to maintain and improve the performance of your database when possible, but you should never forget about the security aspect either.

MySQL bases all its security access on the ‘mysql’ database itself. Below you can see the users that I have created and from which box they can access the database. And afterwards I check what the account ‘reader’ is allowed to do:

  • Able to connect to MySQL as long as the ‘reader’ logs in from the same machine ‘localhost’ with the password stored.
  • Execute any SELECT statement to any table of the ‘world’ database.
The list of privileges available at the moment for MySQL is:


August 20, 2011 - Posted by | MySQL

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