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Posted by: bhanu kiran
Date: January 26, 2009 10:43PM

Hi everyone.

I am using mysql database as backend.

In general, when we logging in terminal for mysql, we should type

step 1: sudo /usr/local/mysql/bin/mysql

and it will ask the password.

If we enter the correct password,it will proceed for using database.

Here, i made a syntax...SET PASSWORD=PASSWORD('new_password')

then the root password changed.

And then i closed.

After i logged again, i entered the wrong password.

I forgot the password and it is not logging.

So,i wanted to check my password before logging in.

Please, anyone can help me out....

Thanks
BHANU

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