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MYSQLACCESS(1)			     General Commands Manual			   MYSQLACCESS(1)

NAME
       mysqlaccess
	- Create new users to mysql.

USAGE
       mysqlaccess [host [user [db]]] OPTIONS

SYNOPSIS
       mysqlaccess   [-?|--help]   [-v|--version]   [-p|--password=#]  [-h|--host=#]  [-d|--db=#]
       [-U|--superuser=#] [-P|--spassword=#] [-H|--rhost=#] [--old_server] [-b|--brief] [-t|--ta-
       ble]  [--relnotes] [--plan] [--howto] [--debug=N] [--copy] [--preview] [--commit] [--roll-
       back]

DESCRIPTION
       -?|--help
	      display this helpscreen and exit

       -v|--version
	      print information on the program `mysqlaccess'

       -u|--user=#
	      username for logging in to the db

       -p|--password=#
	      validate password for user

       -h|--host=#
	      name or IP-number of the host

       -d|--db=#
	      name of the database

       -U|--superuser=#
	      connect as superuser

       -P|--spassword=#
	      password for superuser

       -H|--rhost=#
	      remote MySQL-server to connect to

       --old_server
	      connect to old MySQL-server (before v3.21) which does not yet know  how  to  handle
	      full where clauses.

       -b|--brief
	      single-line tabular report

       -t|--table
	      report in table-format

       --relnotes
	      print release-notes

       --plan print suggestions/ideas for future releases

       --howto
	      some examples of how to run `mysqlaccess'

       --debug=N
	      enter debuglevel N (0..3)

       --copy reload temporary grant-tables from original ones

       --preview
	      show differences in privileges after making changes in (temporary) grant-tables

       --commit
	      copy  grant-rules  from  temporary  tables  to grant-tables (!don't forget to do an
	      mysqladmin reload)

       --rollback
	      undo the last changes to the grant-tables.

NOTE
	   + At least the user and the db must be given (even with wildcards)
	   + If no host is given, `localhost' is assumed
	   + Wilcards (*,?,%,_) are allowed for host, user and db, but be sure
	     to escape them from your shell!! (ie type \* or '*')

SEE ALSO
       isamchk (1), isamlog (1), mysqlaccess (1),  mysqladmin  (1),  mysqlbug  (1),  mysqld  (1),
       mysqldump  (1),	mysqlshow  (1), msql2mysql (1), perror (1), replace (1), safe_mysqld (1),
       which1 (1), zap (1),

AUTHOR
       Ver 1.0, distribution 3.23.29a Michael (Monty) Widenius (monty@tcx.se), TCX Datakonsult AB
       (http://www.tcx.se).   This  software  comes with no warranty.  Manual page by L. (Kill-9)
       Pedersen  (kill-9@kill-9.dk),  Mercurmedia  Data  Model	Architect  /   system	developer
       (http://www.mercurmedia.com)

					 19 December 2000			   MYSQLACCESS(1)


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