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I have discussed situations like this before in these posts: May 10, 2013 : In place upgrade from MySQL 5.5 to 5.6.11 removes all users from user table Sep 22, 2013 : How to create root user after running mysql_install_db? In your case do this STEP #1 Add these lines just under the [mysqld] group header in my.ini [mysqld] skip-grant-tables ...


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I cannot figure out how to get the Windows Owner associated to that PID. You can get the owner using PowerShell: # Identify the name of the remote computer you want to query $computerName = 'SomeRemoteComputerName' # Invoke the command on the remote system to get the information that is necessary Invoke-Command -ComputerName $computerName -ScriptBlock ...


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Suggestion that may help you fix this issue: 1) take a backup from the data directory example copy data folder to data_old folder you may need it in-case something went wrong 2) take a backup from my.ini file 3) copy content of the default my.ini and past it inside the one you are using ( dont forget to edit basedir , datadir and port number OR edit the ...


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I had the same problem and solved it by adding domain admin user into the local Administrators group on local computer (where I installed DB2 DB).


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ANALYTICAL EXPERIMENT Looking at CREATE TABLE and seeing that you are creating 300 partitions, I need you to perform an experiment. Please run the following script: DROP DATABASE IF EXISTS rolandos_test; CREATE DATABASE rolandos_test; USE rolandos_test SET @T1 = UNIX_TIMESTAMP(NOW()); CREATE TABLE CTM_MyISAM ( `ServerID` BIGINT NOT NULL, `ClientID` ...


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You shall not forget that there is too this legacy Startup folder under 'All Programs' menu that can be used to launch programs at log on. Henceforth, simply create a .cmd file with the following content (or alike, to be adjusted to your DB instance name and path): "C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\120\Tools\Binn\SqlLocalDB.exe" start MyDBInstance ...



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