Ivory: Each row would the correspond to a unique user
Bachinski: Ddg10: hint – when you find yourself wrestling with sql solutions consider that your schema design has normalization issues
Beale: PHP message: PHP Fatal error: Uncaught exception ‘PDOException’ with message ‘SQLSTATEHY000 2003 Can’t connect to MySQL server on ‘0’ 111 “Connection refused”‘ in
Wubbel: Credentials are correct. If I change them to incorrect ones i get a p***word error instead of this
Ruland: OS error code 111: Connection refused
Legacy: Bent0: how do you set mysql hostname?
Atchity: Boleware: Got it. 127.0.0.1 works, localhost doesnt.
Laakso: Now on to the next issue
Bournes: Had a table crash somehow last night
Lerch: If it does, you have invalid hosts file
Schaeffler: Got this weird issue where some pages are returning that refused error and some dont
Huckabone: Started happening after a 180 GB logfile filled my SSD
Selsor: Crashed an innodb table
Victorian: Removed the ibd frm files, re-created the table
Clickner: Im now using root with host 127.0.0.1
Leash: Is this slow query 0.001311 ?
Bullins: I have 10 queries loading around that time at once
Menna: Do you mean 10 requests executing the same query, or one request executing 10 queries?
Matkowsky: Bent0: but the server checks hostname of the client and finds that it is localhost
Beckes: So what do I need to do exactly
Everest: Search for the text “If you cannot figure out why you get Access denied” at http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.6/en/access-denied.html
Minnick: Boleware: ffs lol. It was Sphinxsearch generating those errors
Sliney: Why is information_schema not editable unless root has a p***word?
Rynders: Sliney: information_schema is a virtual database of databases inside of MySQL 5.0 and later. You can use it to get schema, table and column metadata. Please note: It only shows information the user has access to.
Bachinski: Sliney: it’s in fact a set of views, not an editable database
Macleod: It’s not editable even if root has a p***word
Sliney: Bachinski: & snoyes: I see. I guess my issue is that mysql isn’t saving my root p***word. It’s like it hates the p***word altogether.
Sliney: I set one yesterday after staring mysql into safe mode and now I dno’t have a p***word for root
Deason: Sliney: there is no “safe mode”, but mysqld_safe exists. maybe you think *this* is “safe mode”?
Sliney: Sorry, not safe mode . skip-grant-tables, rather
Deason: So right now, you get get in as root with no p***word?
Sliney: Which is definitely not good
Deason: Is skip-grant-tables in your my.cnfs?
Sliney: I ran this: sudo mysqld_safe –skip-grant-tables & instead of that option
Deason: Sliney: i would set a p***word then stop mysqld, then start up using init script
Sliney: I just did everything in this article
Deason: Sliney: alright, so you are logged in as root right now and in “skip-grant-tables” mode?
Deason: Sliney: if you do “show grants” you get an error: “The MySQL server is running with the –skip-grant-tables option so it cannot execute this statement”
Sliney: I finished setting the p***word already. started mysql
Sliney: Starting MySQL. SUCCESS!
Sliney: I am able to login to root now with the p***word, however I did this exact same thing yesterday and the p***word wasn’t saved
Sliney: Deason: I’ll have to get back with you on that later to see, but is there any place I could check in the log files for a reason why it wouldn’t save?
Sliney: So now, i’m logged in as root user and I get this: