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Old 21st February 2011, 23:04
dvancamp dvancamp is offline
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I hope it's not in bad form to revive a old thread but, it's exactly the issue myself and others are grappling with this week.

Would a dedicated MySQL server have access to a clients default_webserver as defined in the clients limits page? I noticed the default grants were all to localhost and looping through the remote IPs in:

In the above file on my dedicated database server I duplicated the localhost inserts, updates, etc. and added my webserver hostname. So, every time localhost gets a grant, update, delete, etc. so does the webserver. Seems to work fine in my one web server, one database server environment.

Anyway to determine the client's default_webserver and give it the grant automatically?
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