I tried to use GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES without success.
This is the command prompt (with administrator rights):
After I entered the command, I just received the following (Note: I only copy a snippet here)
Enter the code here: Program Files MySQL MySQL Server 8.0 bin> mysql GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON , TO & # 39; root & # 39; @ & # 39;% & # 39; WITH GRANT OPTION;
mysql Ver 8.0.12 for Win64 on x86_64 (MySQL Community Server – GPL)
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Usage: MySQL [OPTIONS] [database]
-?, –help View and exit this help.
-I, –help synonym for -?
–auto-rehash Activate automatic washing. You do not have to use it
'Rehash' to get the completion of tables and fields, but the boot process
and reconnecting may take longer. Disable with
(Default is On, disable the –skip-auto-rehash option).
-A, – no-auto-rehash
No automatic washing. You have to use "rehash" to get
Table and field completion. This allows a faster start
mysql and disables reuse on reconnect.
Switch to vertical output mode automatically when the
Result is wider than the terminal width.
-B, –batch Do not use a history file. Disable interactive behavior
–bind-address = Name IP address to bind to.
-b, –binary-as-hex Returns binary data as a hex
I want to know how to run GRANT All because Windows 10 does not seem to respond to the command.
I can also get most into the bin folder of the MYSQL folder, I can not access the MYSQLAdmin.exe