February 26, 2024


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MySQL User Privileges

Prasanth Kumar Taviti

Cent OS Developer, Expert In CCNP, RHCSA Cum RHEL Certified Stack Developer Since 2020, Developed Cockpit, Next Cloud. My Technical Cum Programming Life Story: I Have Started My Hardware Carrier In 2004 With Pentium 4 Prescott Processor, At That Time Internet Is Very Costlier I Bought Kbps Connection From BSNL For Playing Online Video Games Like MotoGP At That Moment Video Games CD/DVD Are Much Popular, Microsoft Provided Me Video Games CD Of 500MB For Free For Purchasing Of Windows XP2 CD In 2005. To Be Continued...

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Let's Create User Privileges In MySQL

Step 1 : Check Your MySQL Service 

# systemctl status mysqld

Step 2 : Login Into MySQL Server Root Account

# mysql -u root -p

Note: Here root is The Administrator User Account

Step 3:  Lets Create New Database

mysql> create database sample;

Step 4: Lets Create User Account

mysql> CREATE USER 'sample'@'domain.com' IDENTIFIED BY 'password';

Step 5: Lets Grant Privileges For Sample User

mysql> GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON sample.* TO 'sample'@'domain.com' WITH GRANT OPTION;

[OR] To Give Access To All User Database Accounts –>

mysql> GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON *.* TO 'sample'@'domain.com' WITH GRANT OPTION;

Note Here: domain.com is users domain name it can be .in, .com, .net, .org etc..,
Step 6: Lets Confirm The Changes Made For The User Data Base Account


Step 7: Lets Check User Accounts And Domain Accounts

mysql> SELECT user,authentication_string,plugin,host FROM mysql.user;

Note: Here We Can See All User Accounts, Auth_String, Plugin, host