Lost All Root user Privileges in MYSQL

Solution :

Stop your MySQL service

/etc/init.d/mysqld

stop (UNIX style)

Start your MySQL with privileges

/usr/bin/mysqld_safe –skip-grant-tables

Connect to mysql DB with your root user /usr/bin/mysql -uroot -p mysql

Update root privileges

update user set Select_priv=’Y’, Insert_priv=’Y’,Update_priv=’Y’,Delete_priv=’Y’, Create_priv=’Y’,Drop_priv=’Y’,Reload_priv=’Y’,Shutdown_priv=’Y’, Process_priv=’Y’,File_priv=’Y’,Grant_priv=’Y’,References_priv=’Y’, Index_priv=’Y’,Alter_priv=’Y’,Show_db_priv=’Y’,Super_priv=’Y’, Create_tmp_table_priv=’Y’,Lock_tables_priv=’Y’,Execute_priv=’Y’, Repl_slave_priv=’Y’,Repl_client_priv=’Y’,Create_view_priv=’Y’, Show_view_priv=’Y’,Create_routine_priv=’Y’,Alter_routine_priv=’Y’, Create_user_priv=’Y’,Event_priv=’Y’,Trigger_priv=’Y’ where User=’root’;

After that, you just need to stop the MySQL service and start again.

 

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