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  Ten MySQL Best Practices
Subject:   Point number 1 is bad - solution
Date:   2003-01-05 16:48:16
From:   anonymous2
"1. Set a password for the "root" user and then rename the user.


The first thing you should do with a clean MySQL install is set a password for the root user:


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[01:19:00] george@firenze$ mysqladmin -u root password
'somepassword'"


In my windows system the correct sentenc is:


c:\mysql>mysqladmin -u root password somepassword


David Martinez
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