[Serusers] Access Denied Error in SER setup
jan at iptel.org
Thu Aug 25 11:20:52 CEST 2005
Did you create mysql User and Group before changing password with
I am not sure why exactly they recommend creating mysql user and group
in the document, this is not needed for SER. SER and SERWeb use ser and
serro usernames to access the database.
If you have the database up and running and if you can login as root
into in then I would recommend to proceed to ser_mysql.sh which will
craate the SER database and users.
On 24-08-2005 17:03, Bhaskar Bhumkar wrote:
> In the process of setting up the SER proxy server, I always get the
> following error :
> # /usr/sfw/bin/mysqladmin -h <my_machine_name> -u mysql password
> /usr/sfw/bin/mysqladmin: unable to change password; error: 'Access
> denied for user: '@<my_machine_name>' to database 'mysql''
> I am referring to the following document for setting up the proxy
> server :
> I could finish upto step 5.3 i.e. I finished the test run
> successfully, however I am having a problem in setting up the root
> password. If I skip this step and go ahead, I get the following
> error whenever I try to use serweb using
> http://<my_machine_name>/admin :
> Database error: pconnect(<my_machine_name>, ser, $Password) failed.
> MySQL Error: ()
> Session halted.
> I tried all the options as per the MYSQL manual which is available at :
> But it's not of much help to me.
> I will appreciate if somebody has any pointers for this.
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