Reset Local MySQL Root Password

You can reset your MySQL root password using WebHost Manager. This function should only be used if you are unable to change the password and have received a permission denied error.

Try to reset the password using the Set MySQL Root Password Function first before following this procedure. Refer to Setting The MySQL Root Password for more information.

  1. To access the SQL Services Menu, click on SQL Services, on the main screen of your WebHost Manager interface.
  2. Click on Reset Local MySQL Root Password.
  3. Enter the new password in the field provided and click on Change Password.


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