I hope this is helpful to you. Have a bit of common sense and create a specific user for this task. It -seems- as though everything was working. I can't imagine what else is. To resolve, you click on home + add new connection. Please, see post for details. How can I check what problem is by steps? I have no other server apps installed.
Woww - looks like we are going somewhere. Click on 'start' to start from hyperlink appeared on left side. Now I had created a gallery page for a site where the photos are being drawn from a database. There are two ways to address this problem: Important The following procedure involves modifying the Windows registry. Now I can open my database with OpenOffice check the structure of the tables and so on. So if anyone still has got an old Norton antivirus, just delete it, download an other free antivirus and your worries are gone : Man, this is of course because your mysql. Anyways - just add a line to the end of the file on a newline like this: 127.
Make sure you don't have a third party firewall or Internet security service turned on. Change the value if your server is listening to a different port. If the port is in use for a new connection, that packet from the old connection could break the protocol or compromise personal information from the original connection. To allow remote connection, comment out this line. You can also try -h 127. You also need to ensure that clients have permission to access the mysql.
Questions: I know this question was asked a lot before but I tried some of the solutions which were given and nothing worked. Should I go and change the username and password? In the beginning it was showing down in the action output that Could not connect. Lets try running another command. She told me to go into the Computer Management utility right click the lower-most left hand corner of the screen on Windows 8. If the server is started with the option, you can also connect with named pipes if you run the client on the host where the server is running. Enter this command: show databases; It shoudl show mysql, test etc. Before you modify the registry, make sure to back it up and make sure that you understand how to restore it if a problem occurs.
I had the same error. In this case, you must either change the access privileges for the directory or socket file so that the server and clients can access them, or restart with a option that specifies a socket file name in a directory where the server can create it and where client programs can access it. Not sure if that was the problem or not, because now I can check it and still log in fine, but that's all I recall changing. Then I went to my local server and tried visiting my gallery page. I do not know why I am facing this problem inspite of not having made any changes in the config. But I find that I am having a problem there too. Why have I run into an error like this suddenly? Actually, when I had set the username and password, a friend had helped me to do it.
I checked my user name with the command select user ; and obtained root localhost. I had so far been working directly on the webhost's server. But it should not show you a prompt either. If you see a mysqld-nt or something like that. I have a feeling this is related to the tight security of Windows 7, especially when installing a Unix based software. I tried Kuzhichamadam Inn's solution and found that a slight change needed to be made. Another thing that you can try is just for troubleshooting use a gui client.
. After reading the page, , it told me to find an error log. You can force the use of named pipes on Windows by using. The port number or Unix socket file name might be different in your setup. Not the answer you're looking for? If i try to do it manually i get 'Error 1067: the service terminated unexpectedly'. If it's just for data synchronization, go for db server concepts.
I have a working service though, so that's progress i suppose! It will solve your problem. Then i ran mysqld-nt --console, and i got the same innodb error from above, it seems i can't access the innodb file ibdata1, i'm not sure why. The port will not be available again until this time expires. Any help or suggestions is appreciated. But I am still not able to go to my gallery page, viewgallery. Thank you for your help.
The fix in this case is to change the cron job to not remove mysql. As Installed the workbench 5. Has it got anything to do with the export and import that I did? Or is it C: this time?? This is my remote server. You just need to enable mysql from there. How can I solve the first two reasons, or determine that they are the cause of the problem? Then I got the same issue. Would you like to answer one of these instead? I do not have a my.
If all is good we can go about reconfiguring the service To reconfigure the service, follow these steps: first remove the service: mysqld-nt --remove You can also remove it from the registry if the above gives a lot of prob: sc delete mysql Next install the service newly: mysqld-nt --install You need to start it. I checked my user name with the command select user ; and obtained root localhost. I found my answer after endless tries though. The directory exists but there is no log file. After running the config wizard, everything went haywire again.