If it was a password error I would be either be getting asked for a
password or I would get a bad password response.
I not only flushed the privileges but I also restarted mysql.On Mon, 2002-11-18 at 14:30, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
From: darren chamberlain
Subject: Re: [rt-users] MySql 'not allowed to connect to host…'
Date: 18 Nov 2002 13:38:37 -0500
- Fred.Purdue Fred.Purdue@Pobox.com [2002-11-18 13:34]:
Unfortunately I seem to have encountered another problem;
But wait, you say! That’s easy to fix, you need to allow the other
host to connect to the database! – Ah, but alas, I have done that.
Allowed hosts is set to % and allowed db’s is also set to %.
If you modified the grant tables with “UPDATE users SET …” then you
also need to FLUSH PRIVILEGES.
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