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I'd like to see more on security of a _typical_ mysql setup.  The best
ways to set up user accounts...thoughts on configuring the Host column
in the mysql table.  We talked quite a bit about what permissions to give
each user, but I'm still vague on the best way to set up users and give
them permissions to their DBs/tables.  I use mysql pretty extensively, but
only as a single user, so I've only ever configured a root account and a
single user account (select, insert, update, and maybe delete).  I'm
curious to know how an ISP might setup mysql and lock everything down...


On Wed, 7 Jan 2004, Michael Wenk wrote:

> Hello all,
> First off, I wanted to thank everyone, it was much fun to do that.
> Secondly, I will be giving the advanced talk, but it won't be til April or so.
> With that in mind, what would people like to see in an advanced talk ?   If
> you have a suggestion please let me know...
> Thanks,
> Mike
> --
> wenk@praxis.homedns.org
> Mike Wenk
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