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is there a way to secure a mysql-server so no one can reset a password via --init-file-startup? there should only be a: "root" user (password not known to anyone else than person a) "system" user … (no password, full access to one database restricted to localhost-connection) "reader" user (password, read only access to the "one" database and no host-restrction) and absolutely no way to bypass this setting. i did not find a way till now - but maybe there is a hidden one. thank you! …
asked Feb 21 '17 by Sili