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#1130 - Host 'localhost' is not allowed to connect to this MySQL server weird message?
Does other connections to the MySQL server work? I've seen in past this error in two occasions: The mysql.user table was completely empty providing no privileges at all. For example SUSE Studio produced such virtual machines at some point (maybe it's still the case, I did not check). You're missing localhost host in mysql.user. For MySQL localhost and 127.0.0.1 are different - first one is for socket based connections, while the latter for TCP based ones.

Categories : PHP

#1130 - Host 'localhost' is not allowed to connect to this MySQL server - After running an Acunetix scan
GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON *.* TO 'root'@'127.0.0.1'; http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/adding-users.html EDIT. this because your mysql server is on read_only option. to turn it off connect to the server with root user: mysql-h localhost-u root-p and run the command: mysql> set GLOBAL read_only = false; mysql> FLUSH TABLES WITH READ LOCK; mysql> UNLOCK TABLES; EDIT2; you must have stop the server and run this mysqld_safe --skip-grant-tables due to root pwd chg so stop the server and start it normal with a start

Categories : Mysql

MySQL "Unable to connect to host [host] because access was denied."
Did you issued the flush privileges after granting access to the wildcard user? What happens if you add an entry with user = sadmicrowave and host = [your actual ip] (don't forget to issue the flush privileges command after adding the user) ?

Categories : Mysql

XCode: Invalid host string 'localhost'
Can you mention your OS ? Mostly MAC OS X lion giving this error because Apple remove web sharing from 10.8.x If your OS is 10.8.x then use this link. http://reviews.cnet.com/8301-13727_7-57481978-263/how-to-enable-web-sharing-in-os-x-mountain-lion/ After implementing this link just restart your system Enjoy...

Categories : Xcode

Why is 'localhost' the default host used when trying to connect to MariaDB?
You must create properly user on system Fedora 19: [root@localhost ~]# useradd nusr [root@localhost ~]# passwd nusr Changing password for user fedora. New UNIX password:# set password Retype new UNIX password:# confirm passwd: all authentication tokens updated successfully. [root@localhost ~]# exit # logout So, a database didn't find user nusr and it will not to handle user nusr because isn't created on system wide. Hostname is from IP address named as "mydomain.com", but "host" can be IP address or name lookup host "mydomain.com".

Categories : Misc

Rails using localhost instead of remote ip host to connect to mysql2
We found the issue. The host was actually being pulled in correctly. The problem was that we had to specify a database that already existed in mysql, not a new one. Once that was specified the rake db:migrate worked.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Can I Setup a localhost virtual host on google analitcs
If you have a public facing address associated with a web server that can be reached, then yes, you can put their validation code inside your header or the html file in your directory and it will validate it and you are good to go. But if not, then I don't see how you would get the data sent for aggregation or analysis.

Categories : Google Analytics

Can WCF endpoint address config use 'localhost' when client is Java on another host?
Check this out: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee816894.aspx Also what happens if you do not add base address at all? Note that the problem you experience is just in the import process. The runtime will work fine. So you could have the java client do the import from a fixed url (or local wsdl file).

Categories : Wcf

I am getting blank website while moving opencart from localhost to other host(windows server)
Please write following code on the top: <?php ini_set('display_errors', 'on'); ?> You will get exactly what is causing the blank screen. OR, Best way, If you have access to php's error log file, it will have everything in it.

Categories : PHP

tsung postgresql ssh: connect to host localhost port 22: Connection refused
You are using server monitoring and your SSH is not setup.. <monitoring> <monitor host="localhost"/> </monitoring> Do you really want to monitor server? If not then you can comment the code and it should work fine.. If yes then you will have to set up a password less SSH to your server...

Categories : Misc

Accessing WAMP's localhost from another device via host's IP address stopped working
Open your httpd.conf file, find "Controls who can get stuff from this server." it is the section that defines which IP address gets access to your Apache server. By default, it only allows access from localhost or 127.0.0.1, you need to add the line Allow from all at the end of this section. Now save the file, close it, and restart Wamp. Viola! You'd be able to access Apache server installed on your machine via IP address. Please mark it as an answer if it solves your question.

Categories : Iphone

Removing router login from localhost?
Ok, turns out it was the wrong IP I was accessing. How to find your real IP: Microsoft sometimes actually helps.

Categories : Windows

Adding facebook login to an app in localhost
In the past, I had an issue using localhost with Facebook applications. What I ended up doing was to create an entry in my host file on my computer to point fbdev.com to localhost and just used "fbdev.com" in place of localhost in the app settings on facebook

Categories : Javascript

Facebook login button disabled on localhost
I'm using a local Nginx instance in front of dev server. Nginx really easy to configure for proxying reguest from domain like mylocalapp.dev to your app. Configuration looks like: server { listen [::]:80; #it's for ipv6 #listen 80; #for ipv4 server_name mylocalapp.dev; location / { proxy_pass http://127.0.0.1:8080; } } And also, don't use suffix like .local for domain, it doesn't work for FB too.

Categories : Facebook

openID login (on localhost) at google app engine
This is a normal behaviour, because on localhost you might want to try many different accounts and it would be a mess if you had to actually login every time with a real one. So when on localhost you can just simulate an OpenID user just by providing any email you want and checking if you want to be an admin or not.

Categories : Google App Engine

My login over localhost wont work with my heroku site
When you git push heroku master to Heroku you are just uploading the code and db structure, not you local db content. If you have a seed.rb file you can run it with heroku run rake db:setup to migrate and seed your database. You can also import your db to heroku, here a link to do that.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Need User to login and be directed to localhost:3000/users (rails app)
You can try the following it will redirect to users index page after login. match 'users' => 'users#index', via: :get, as: :user_root Then try this sessions_controller.rb def create user = User.find_by(email: params[:session][:email].downcase) if user && user.authenticate(params[:session][:password]) sign_in user redirect_to user_root_path else flash.now[:error] = 'Invalid email/password combination' render 'new' end end

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Issue in FileUpload - Null Value for Multipart File when deploy on remote host server but it works fine on localhost server
Looks more like a configuration problem. I too had this on tomcat and the problem was the max post size limit. You should configure properly the maxPostSize property of your http-service / http-listener. A value of 0 means unlimited size.

Categories : Java

Unable to login to MYSQL getting error ERROR 2002 (HY000): Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock' (2)
It seems like a permission issue, try disabling selinuza by using setenforce 0, then restart the mysql service, also check if mysql has the right permissions on the mounted device (assuming you mounted as root or a sudo user that mysql cannot access)

Categories : Mysql

orde links by their hosts - from a multi link textarea to a table ordred by host (colomn n = host n contains all links of that host)
According to what you've described , you just need a function that will sort the links by the abc. function just_host($link) { return array_shift( explode( '.', str_replace('www.', '', parse_url($link, PHP_URL_HOST)))); } $multi = $_POST['multi_links']; //$_Post is not right , all upper-case! $links = explode(" ", $multi); $links = array_map($links , 'just_host'); //Call the 'just_host' for every link and update the value in the array. sort($links); //Sort the array foreach($links as $link) //Instead of 'for' , use 'foreach' { echo $link . "<br />"; } Should work , please update me if not and I'll edit it.

Categories : PHP

Not able to record a simple login page test with Jmeter for a Tomcat 6 running on localhost but can for Jmeter Website
This is because in your firefox settings you have set in No proxy for: localhost As below: So to fix it, just remove from "No proxy for" the localhost or 127.0.0.1

Categories : Firefox

mysql root@localhost has no privileges
Well, it seems that this is your problem (emphasis mine): CONSOLE: [SEVERE] Caused by: java.sql.SQLException: Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (using password: NO) Apparently you didn't specify a password in the connection details.

Categories : Mysql

Access a MySql Database from PHP (not on localhost)
you need to search, google help a lot, also you need to connect to an ip/domain and port of your mysql server. for this, you need to know what is the port of your mysql server. look this answer from link <?php mysql_connect("mysite.com:3306", "admin", "1admin") or die(mysql_error()); echo "Connected to MySQL<br />"; ?> to check if you have coneccion, try in console: shell> mysql --host=remote.example.com --port=3306 //3306 is the defaul port for myql http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/connecting.html

Categories : PHP

XAMPP localhost issue with mysql
go to your xampp folder directory : xampp/htdocs/ xampp/mysql.php you will find this code on the page: <?php if (@mysql_connect("localhost", "pma", "")) { echo "OK"; } else { echo "NOK"; } ?> so all you have to do is exchange the whole code with this below: <?php if (@mysql_connect("localhost", "pma", "")) { echo "OK"; } else { $err = mysql_errno(); if ((1044 == $err) || (1045 == $err) || (1130 == $err)) { echo "OK"; } else { echo "NOK"; } } ?> and there you have your error fixed in a jiffy!!

Categories : PHP

Login page with Spring Security not working URL(http://localhost:8080/site/j_spring_security_check) goes to PAGE NOT FOUND
You've been answered here and here, please don't cross-post The answers: if the j_spring_security_check URL is not part of the HST driven then make sure you add it to you hst:hosts exclusions, because otherwise the HST thinks it needs to handle the URL. and You need to insert the​ SpringSecurityValve into your existing pipelines​ as well​. ​you can use the hippo-spring-sec​ plugin for a cleaner spring security integration; http://hst-springsec.forge.onehippo.org/

Categories : Spring

mysql unable to start service in my localhost
I googled and found this problem in the mysql page. It may help you. try this answers: http://forums.mysql.com/read.php?22,144428,249656#msg-249656 actually the next answer from Richard Lee may help more. http://forums.mysql.com/read.php?22,144428,250105#msg-250105

Categories : Mysql

WAMP: 'No such host is known' when trying to connect to mysql
My concern is this: DocumentRoot "z:/work/" <Directory /> Options FollowSymLinks AllowOverride None Order deny,allow Deny from all </Directory> <Directory "z:/work/"> Options Indexes FollowSymLinks AllowOverride all Order Deny,Allow Deny from all Allow from all </Directory> Unfortunately I don't have time to test this before I suggest it... but if DocumentRoot is z:/work/ then Directory / is also z:/work/ and you have set that to deny all and override none. Later trying to change the permission with Directory "z:/work/" would be considered an override and therefore not be applied? I suggest you try changing the AllowOverride to all or removing the deny all from / before you spend too much time hunting down other possible solu

Categories : Mysql

Can't get MySQL to recognize host names?
In MySQL, each account is the combination of a user and the hostname, so the password on this new account is not necessarily the same as that of other root accounts. Ensure you've created a password on the new account by adding an IDENTIFIED BY clause: GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON *.* TO 'root'@'myHostname' IDENTIFIED BY 'new_password'; If the account already has a password, the IDENTIFIED BY clause overwrites that password.

Categories : Mysql

Is mysql host without a user normal?
Quote from the official MySQL documentation: If the User value is blank, it matches any user name. In other words, it is perfectly normal, and you may think of empty value as *: matches any user name.

Categories : Mysql

How to register mysql db from my web host in Netbeans IDE
ServerHostName could be a name or also an IP address. Port for mysql is normally 3306. Maybe this information is enough, but sometimes webHost manager can change this access for security reasons, in this case you must contact your provider

Categories : Java

MYSQL Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost'
It was absolutely correct what you did,but I guess not working just for a small thing.You should make identified by the password when you are going to grant privileges like the following example which I did.. mysql> GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ONE `*`.`*` TO 'root'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY PASSWORD '*A4B6157319038724E3560894F7F932C8886EBFCF' WITH GRANT OPTION; Try this,I hope your problem will be solved.

Categories : Mysql

Bringing a remote tomcat/mySQL server to localhost Mac
Yes, you can. But it is necessary to have compiled webapp. Simply put root folder contents (your deployed application) to "/webapps/ROOT" and start tomcat by running script in "bin" folder. Make sure that you properly configured database properties of your application. If you have only sources - it is not such simple. You have to build war and deploy it. Or ask developer to include "target" directory in git repository and then copy "classes" folder to /webapps/ROOT/"

Categories : Java

Can't connect to mysql db using root@localhost in a mamp environment
you have to call mysqli_connect without a password parameter, else php tries to authenticate the user using the empty string as password. try mysqli_connect($host, $user); only, withouth the ''.

Categories : Mysql

connecting to mysql from localhost when data is on server (cpanel)
try using port number with the domain in mysql_connect(); . The default mysql port number is 3306. mysql_connect('yourdomain.com:3306', 'user', 'password');

Categories : Mysql

PHP+MySQL website (localhost) working with netbeans xdebug, but NOT ALONE
Okay. Problem solved. I'll leave the answer here if someone somehow runs to similar problem. I still don't know what the Xdebug did to hide this problem. The problem was that I was trying to authenticate user by updating the last_used field in database session table. I assumed that if query is able to update that field the session must be valid. So I check if sql update last_user rows affected equals to 1, then users php-session-id is in session table. Problem is that MySQL returns 0 rows affected if the field has already the value that is updated "reference". And in my case that's of course true, cause the session last_update field is just created in log in procedure. BUT it was very painful to find the problem cause Xdebug was doing something very strange there and after 0 rows affecte

Categories : PHP

How to change default host in mysql command?
You can not do that. Since SHOW GRANTS relies on GRANT syntax itself, it will use rules for user naming, that are defined by MySQL - and it clearly defines that if you're not specifying hostname part for user in your GRANT statement - it will be treated as % and no other way: Account Names and Passwords The user value indicates the MySQL account to which the GRANT statement applies. To accommodate granting rights to users from arbitrary hosts, MySQL supports specifying the user value in the form user_name@host_name. If a user_name or host_name value is legal as an unquoted identifier, you need not quote it. However, quotation marks are necessary to specify a user_name string containing special characters (such as “-”), or a host_name string containing special cha

Categories : Mysql

Getting Unknown MySQL server host in Django
I've had the same issue. Initially I was using the hostname:port in the HOST field from the configuration dictionary. When I changed it to have a separate field for the "port" everything worked well. From this: DATABASES = { 'default': { .... 'HOST': 'hostname:3306', 'USER': 'username', ... }, } I changed to this: DATABASES = { 'default': { .... 'HOST': 'hostname', 'PORT': '3306', 'USER': 'username', .... }, } I hope it helps :)

Categories : Mysql

access mysql in host from guest virtualbox
Your external IP being static or not has no bearing to accessing a virtualized server on your LAN. Set VirtualBox to bridge mode. Simply determine your computer's DHCP-selected internal IP (usually 192.168.1.SOMETHING) and replace the last number with another that is less than 250. For example, if your computer was 192.168.1.6, 192.168.1.70 would work fine on the VM(pick a high number to void conflicts). Set it by using the control panel->adapter settings. Reboot the VM. Connect to MySQL at 192.168.1.70(or the address you picked earlier). Note: If your computer's address is in a different subnet (192.168.0.XXX, 10.XX.XX.XX, etc) change the last number and keep the first numbers the same as on the host.

Categories : Mysql

mysql Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (using password: NO)
I've solved this error. I'm posting this because someone could have encounter the same thing as me. The problem lies with the data source. Apparently something happen during the creation of data source. The password parameter is missing. So I deleted the current data source and created a new one again and the problem is solved.

Categories : Java

Unable to connect google apps script to mysql through localhost
The IP address 127.0.0.1 represents your local computer. It cannot be used by other computers on the network to reach your computer. Remember that Google Apps Script runs on Google's servers and therefore, you need to provide an IP address that they can reach. Another common mistake many folks make is to provide a 192.168.x.x or some similar internal IP address. So, provide an IP address that is accessible to external computers.

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