Is there no way to retreive user passwords as with regular users?
You can see MySQL user passwords in the real web panel, and I need them to run mysqldump on my various dbs..
--Eddiewebb 14:00, 30 December 2010 (PST)
- Questions should always be directed to the DreamHost Discussion Forum. -- Scjessey 09:43, 31 December 2010 (PST)
I think there may be a mistake in the value section where it says:
hostname : the full hostname you want to serve as a mysql hostname (unless the domain following the first . is hosted with us, you will not be able to access phpMyAdmin from this hostname).
- No, the current version is correct. Let's say you have one domain on your account, "example.com", but it's not hosted with DreamHost. If you add a MySQL hostname under that domain, e.g. "mysql.example.com", you will not be able to access phpMyAdmin using that hostname, because DreamHost doesn't have any control over "example.com". Andrew F (talk) 16:43, 14 January 2016 (PST)
- Ok, now it makes sense after your explanation and me reading that one more time. How the sentence is to be interpreted is how I already understood it. There's some negation in that sentence followed by a condition, that asserts another condition. So, it was a little difficult to follow. Thank you! --Erutan409 (talk) 17:02, 14 January 2016 (PST)