Changing your MySQL password
If MySQL is enabled for your site, you can change your MySQL
password at any time. We suggest you change your password after the first
time you log on the MySQL interface.
The control panel creates a random MySQL password when it creates a site
with MySQL support. You must reset the MySQL password when you log onto
the Site Administrator control panel for the first time. This is important
so that your MySQL password is not invalidated when you install the script
packages enabled for the site.
To change your MySQL password:
In the shortcuts
area of the Home pageMySQL Admin Tool (MySQL section).
In the MySQL submenu,
click Change Password.
The Change Database Administrator Password form opens.
Only your service provider can change the Database Administrator name,
which appears in the Database Administrator field.
In the New Password
field, enter a new password.
In the Retype
New Password field, type the password again to confirm it.
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Published April 16, 2004