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MySQL Tutorial » Privilege » Grant 
27.3.4.GRANT ALL
mysql>
mysql>
GRANT ALL ON databaseName.* TO 'your_mysql_name'@'your_client_host';
27.3.Grant
27.3.1.Granting Privileges on the new database
27.3.2.A user doesn't need a password if connecting from a certain machine
27.3.3.WITH GRANT OPTION condition allows the user to give others privileges to that database
27.3.4.GRANT ALL
27.3.5.Add localhost to mysql table for accessing sample_db
27.3.6.Grant Select and Update privilege to a user
27.3.7.Grant select, update privilege for a remote user
27.3.8.GRANT OPTION MAX_QUERIES_PER_HOUR 50 MAX_UPDATES_PER_HOUR 50
27.3.9.GRANT SELECT, UPDATE ON databaseName.*
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