Re: mod_perl and mysql
Apache is running as www-data. I am not passing the username
across any network. I've written a perl module which resides on the
server. Within this module I perform the DBI connection to my golf db.
Within this DBI->connect call I specify the user name to be passed to
On 21 May 2003 at 15:01, Dave Howorth wrote:
> John Basso wrote:
> > The web server is working, serves html content and
> > provides access control to the golf member portions. The
> > problem I am having is that when my mod_perl scripts try
> > to access the database I get an "access denied - no login
> > provided" error message.
> > I have given user "nobody" access permission to the golf
> > db with no password specified. (I assume this is ok as
> > user "nobody" cannot log into the machine).
> I think MySQL is complaining about the database user name
> rather than the Linux user name, but if you're passing the
> Linux user name across as the database user name, remember
> that Apache runs as user www-data, not user nobody.
> Cheers, Dave
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