On Mon, 29 Oct 2001 14:59, Richard Baskett wrote:
> I've done it before, but I cant remember how to view the commands that
> have been sent to MySQL.  I normally try not to ask MySQL questions
> here even though it's pretty much a standard with PHP :)  But I have
> exhausted myself in researching the problem and I hope one of you might
> have the answer.  A friend had his server hacked and they thought it
> would be funny to change the username and password to the mysql table
> in mysql plus a couple other tables....  We're hunting now ;)
> Thanks ahead of time!
> Rick

If you have logging enabled for mysql, check that log. It might be in 
your mysql/data directory. Also check ~/.mysql_history for caommands ent 
via the mysql command line monitor.

David Robley      Techno-JoaT, Web Maintainer, Mail List Admin, etc

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