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SteveA
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MySQL

I've got MySQL setup on Plusnet but I can't find anywhere where I can find my db name, user name and password.
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scubarew
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Re: MySQL

The details should have been emailed to you when you first activated mySQL
SteveA
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Re: MySQL

Yes it was - about 3 years ago!
I guess I could de-activate it and then re-activate it and get a new db.
jelv
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Re: MySQL

If you've changed to an account type that doesn't include MySQL for new users you might have trouble reactivating it!
Dis you ever set up any applications using MySQL? If so the password will be stored in a configuration file that might still be kicking around.
jelv (a.k.a Spoon Whittler)
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SteveA
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Re: MySQL

I've still got MySQL on my tariff (BBYW2) - but I might be changing soon 😉  I've never used the DB at all so I've no config flle to check 😞
jelv
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Re: MySQL

As you are on an account that offers MySQL I'd be less worried about you trying the deactivate/reactivate route.
jelv (a.k.a Spoon Whittler)
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SteveA
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Re: MySQL

Well I did it and its given me a new DB and I'm going to make sure I don't lose those details 😉