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DevShed: Access Granted

DevShed: Access Granted

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Apr 27, 2001


"... I'm going to examine the mySQL access control system, and throw some light on the mySQL "grant tables". These tables, which are an integral part of the server's security system, offer database administrators a great deal of power and flexibility in deciding the rules which govern access to the system."

"... Power users would do well to learn GRANT and REVOKE command syntax - details are available in the mySQL manual. For the moment, I'll simply take you through a couple of examples, using both methods, so that you have some insight into the differences between the two methods." ... I'm going to examine the mySQL access control system, and throw some light on the mySQL grant tables. These tables, which are an integral part of the server's security system, offer database administrators a great deal of power and flexibility in deciding the rules which govern access to the system.

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