Mysqladmin Change Root Password
And then, at the prompt, do I enter the old password, or the new one I want to create? Its terribly unclear. Thanks Vinod! Reply Link. Be sure to replace yournewpassword with the actual new password: update user set password=PASSWORD('yournewpassword') where User='root'; Note: You can change the password for any user with the above command. Thanks for this article, its really works for me.Thanks again. Jack July 13, 2010, 7:35 amI am running a local MAMP server on my MacBook Pro (Mac OS X 10.6.4) and running MySQL 5.1.48 (x8664) and found out that the following command would cause root to longer have access to the mysql database after logging out and logging back in: mysql> update user set password=PASSWORD(NEWPASSWORD) where User=root;The fix was to replace the double quotes with single quotes around the new password in the sql statement. gorg April 16, 2009, 1:30 pmThank you very much for this information. mysql> UPDATE user SET password=PASSWORD('newpassword') WHERE user='root'; Query OK, 1 row affected (0.00 sec) Rows matched: 1 Changed: 1 Warnings: 0.
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