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Unless you have cross-database ownership chaining enabled (off by default) and have the same User in both databases, then giving access to an object in one database does not imply anything permission-wise to other databases. Of course, I am not recommending that cross-database ownership chaining be enabled, and neither is Microsoft. Instead, you should ...


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Your problem is that MySQL cannot write to your home directory, as by default it will run as the MySQL user, or as some other user you defined when you installed and configured it, if not using the default rpm or other install package. Users are not, by default, able to write to another user's home directory as it is each account's private space. /tmp is by ...



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