MySQL Admin WordPress Password Change Tutorial

Have you ever forgotten your WordPress admin password and not having access to your email or not properly logging into your WordPress email account? Do not worry. Here’s how to change your password through the MySQL command line . This will be very easy if you have a database connection username and password or access the wp-config.php file. Reset your WordPress admin password using MySLQ Let’s start by searching for the username and password of the WordPress database that you have stored in the wp-config.php file. We do this by going to the directory where you have WordPress installed and opening the…

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What is MySQL?

MySQL is a relational database management system (RDBMS) that enables storage, searching, sorting and retrieving data. The MySQL server allows multiple users to use data at the same time and speeds up credible access to data. So MySQL is a multi-user, multi-threaded server. Although the history of MySQL dates back to Year 2, its public release has begun since Year 2. This database management system is the most common open source database. Early versions of MySQL cannot be compared to newer versions of MySQL. Older versions did not have a very user-friendly interface due to…

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MySQL Tutorial – Part 1 – Installation

Data storage, processing and easy use of information stored in the computer world is of paramount importance. Today, the use of RDBMS (Relational Database System) has become an integral part of the software world. So we’re trying to get stronger and tighter by training MySQL and installing it in the software world. You must first download the latest version of MySQL Installer from http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/installer/ . Note that this Setup page is listed either as an online installation called “mysql-installer-web-community.msi” or as an Offline installation called “mysql-installer-community.msi”, We recommend downloading the second file because it is…

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