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Access denied on login from shell script.
Posted by: Sankar Raja
Date: December 11, 2020 11:13AM

When I login to localhost I have no issues to log in, but when I use a shell script (ksh) to login and get information, I get access denied.

I am executing the shell script in the local server where mysql daemons are running.


Connecting to the mysql ..
ERROR 1045 (28000): Access denied for user 'cmpl_user'@'localhost' (using password: YES)


/home/cmpl/bin/mysql --host ="${HOST_NAME}" --port="${PORT_NUMBER}" --user="${USERNAME}" --database="${DB_NAME}" -c "select host, user, password_expired, password_last_changed from mysql.user where user='${USERNAME}';" |tee -a ${log_file}

I used FQDN but still get access denied. I came to know from others when you have special characters in the password then you get the error if the password isn't with in quotes.

Where am I missing things?

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