Если достался сервер без рута под мускль... поможет данный ман, успешно клонированый с сорца))
Log on to your system as the Unix user that the mysqld server runs as (for example,
.pidfile that contains the server's process ID. The exact location and name of this file depend on your distribution, host name, and configuration. Common locations are
/usr/local/mysql/data/. Generally, the file name has an extension of
.pidand begins with either
mysqldor your system's host name.
You can stop the MySQL server by sending a normal
kill -9) to the mysqld process, using the path name of the
.pidfile in the following command:
kill `cat /mysql-data-directory/host_name.pid`
Use backticks (not forward quotation marks) with the
catcommand. These cause the output of
catto be substituted into the
Create a text file containing the following statements. Replace the password with the password that you want to use.
UPDATE mysql.user SET Password=PASSWORD('MyNewPass') WHERE User='root'; FLUSH PRIVILEGES;
FLUSHstatements each on a single line. The
UPDATEstatement resets the password for all
rootaccounts, and the
FLUSHstatement tells the server to reload the grant tables into memory so that it notices the password change.
Save the file. For this example, the file will be named
/home/me/mysql-init. The file contains the password, so it should not be saved where it can be read by other users. If you are not logged in as
mysql(the user the server runs as), make sure that the file has permissions that permit
mysqlto read it.
Start the MySQL server with the special
mysqld_safe --init-file=/home/me/mysql-init &
The server executes the contents of the file named by the
--init-fileoption at startup, changing each
After the server has started successfully, delete