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Old 06-10-2004, 11:47 AM   #1
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mysql 'user' table read-only

Hi All,

I am trying to reset the password for the root account in mysql, but keep getting the following message.

ERROR 1036: Table 'user' is read only

can someone help me here, baring in mind I am a complete novice?

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How exactly are you trying to change the password for the root user? What command? What else have you tried? Can you login now currently as root to the database?
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There is a detailed explanation of how to re-set root's password at the MySQL documentation site.


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