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command at the shell prompt as follows: mysqladmin -u root password newpass If you want to change (or update) a root password, then you need to use the following command: mysqladmin -u root -p oldpassword newpass Enter password: If you get...
mysqladmin: connect to server at 'localhost' failederror: 'Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (using password: YES)' then follow the instructions below on how to recover your My SQL password.
God khnows why it didnt work when everything seemed to be in order. I backed up all my databases by converting each of them to files.
Then I uninstalled both mysql and mysql-server (uninstalling mysql automatically removes mysql-server as dependency). Login to My SQL as: mysql --user=root mysql Step 3.
You have to specify the root password while connecting to the Mysql database. Your method for updating passwords is not the easiest nor the recommended one.Then deleted everything in /var/lib/mysql library as it is the folder where all the databases are stored. Then I set password for the root by executing command “ /usr/bin/mysqladmin -u root password My New Pass “. Show current User/Host/HEX(authentication_string) values. SELECT User, Host, HEX(authentication_string) FROM mysql.user; Step 4.What it did was it deleted the user table along with all other databases. Now the issue was solved and I was able to login as root. When I stop the mysql service the mysqld directory disappears in the /var/run folder. Use this command to change the password for the user.Here is how to use that command: mysql_secure_connection Answer the questions as shown below: The above answers are recommendations, you are free to choose other settings e.g.when you prefer to keep the test databases or need remote access for the root user.