• Whatever you do, though – avoid providing root access to any and all hosts — break it down on a database by database / role by role basis, rather…
    .-= Sven Welzel´s last blog ..co.za and whois.co.za updates on server recovery =-.

  • Whatever you do, though – avoid providing root access to any and all hosts — break it down on a database by database / role by role basis, rather…
    .-= Sven Welzel´s last blog ..co.za and whois.co.za updates on server recovery =-.

  • Agreed. Using your root account for anything else than secure access from your own server is a little silly. For websites and connecting applications, rather set up dedicated user accounts with restricted rights – far, far safer that way! :)

  • Agreed. Using your root account for anything else than secure access from your own server is a little silly. For websites and connecting applications, rather set up dedicated user accounts with restricted rights – far, far safer that way! :)

  • Derrick

    Thank you so much Craig! you made my day!