Thanks for the help. I granted INDEX to user rb. I'm not sure why I
would have granted USAGE, which is what it was.
Anyhow, problem solved. Thanks again.
On Sep 6, 2:19 pm, Christian Hammond <chip...@chipx86.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 6, 2011 at 10:08 AM, Kannaiyan Natesan <gbpnk...@gmail.com>wrote:
> > > "INDEX command denied to user 'rb'@'localhost' for table
> > 'accounts_localsiteprofile'")
> > Seems a Database Issue. Did you verify permissions for this user on
> > Database?
> > Kannaiyan
> Right, it looks like the user just doesn't have all the necessary
> permissions. Quickest thing to do is:
> GRANT ALL ON <yourdbname>.* to rb@localhost;
> You could instead do INDEX instead of ALL, I think, but might be safest to
> just give the user the permissions it needs to manipulate that database.
> Your database isn't corrupt, but you're probably not at a spot now where
> you'd be able to downgrade.
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