MariaDB/MySQL user password not being set
Created On: 24 Nov, 2017: 10:33:25 - Tags : database management
If you have problems with setting the user password on MariaDB or MySql, for example you set the user password and are not able to login with the new password, then the problem may be caused because the database user is configured to use the wrong authentication plugin. For example unix_socket plugin instead of the default authentication scheme.
The solution is to set the plugin field in the user table of the mysql database to empty value. This will cause the MySQL/MariaDB server to authenticate the database user with the default authentication scheme.
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