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Re: mysql's added user

--- Oki DZ <okidz@pindad.com> wrote:
>If the admin user is "root", you can change that debian-sys-admin user
>into "root". Take a look at /etc/mysql/debian.cnf.
>BTW, there must be some reasons why Debian decided to use additional
>admin username.

I see...  So there must be some admin user listed in debian.cnf (or debian.cnf HAS TO exist?)  I too am sure there's a reason for that user, but I'd just like to know the exact reason -- whether it's for upgrade purposes or ???


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