||Apache Web-Serving With Mac OS X, Part 5|
|Subject:||change MySQL password in 10.2 ??|
Response to: change MySQL password in 10.2 ??
I've found a solution to change password problem.
First - if you specify a new user then by default the server name for this new user is by default '%' which should mean 'any' but doesn't work with 'localhost', so if you need to work with server at 'localhost' you need to create user for this server. This means that on the end I have two users in my 'mysql.user' table.