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Old 04-21-2005, 03:54 PM   #1
RedHat123
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mysql drop revoke user from specific host ?


i want to remove specifi permission entries for a user to connect from specific hosts on my network, i dont want to do a revoke all, but when i try the revoke statement below, the mysql.user table still shows an entry for this host im trying to remove.

revoke all privileges on *.* from 'root3345'@'192.175.2.102' identified by 'somepass';


help ?

after i remove this and a few others, ill then do a grant for 192.175.2.% so that any this user can connect from any host on my network
 
  


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