Understanding the GRANTS for the Current User in MySQL

Understanding the GRANTS for the Current User in MySQL

The command “SHOW GRANTS” will display the privileges that the current user has.

Command: SHOW GRANTSSample output:+------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+|Grants for dbuser@%                                                                                               |+------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+|  GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON *.* TO 'dbuser'@'%' IDENTIFIED BY PASSWORD '*03E51IIDCEYB2B07FF7A98489A5C0E905A7087BC'  |+------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+

You can master the GRANT command to have varied output. Be cautious while using GRANT as you may be restricting the permission(s) to the user.


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