On 22-Aug-2001 Jay Paulson wrote:
> I've checked and the ROOT user has access to everything... but still no
> luck.. when i run the mysql -u root -p < 'all_databases.sql' it gets to the
> first table and tries to insert some information into it and says "blah
> table is read only" and it stops...

can you drop or create tables ?

If not then your sql daemon permissions are messed up.

stop the daemon, chown -R mysql.mysql /path/to/mysql/data,
restart the daemon.

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