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In best practises; /etc/my.cnf should be owned and read only by?

MySQL @ June 29, 2008   Views:0

In best practises and for security; /etc/my.cnf should be owned and read only by?

Because if it is owned by root, then the default mysql user which is given to the database administrator cannot modify the start up preferences for their mysql database serve.

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I would give it the mysql user.

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