[Phpmyadmin-devel] Catching up with you
Marc.Delisle at cegepsherbrooke.qc.ca
Wed Oct 19 11:11:28 CEST 2005
Alexander M. Turek a écrit :
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> Hi Marc,
> Marc Delisle schrieb:
>>As you can see from HEAD, server_privileges.php now supports MySQL 5
> But it does not support privileges granted on routine level and it still
> fetches the privileges from mysql.User etc, I guess.
Right. On a side note, we have check_user_privileges.lib.php that is
used to see who can create a db and a table, and to see who is
super-user for importing, based on SHOW GRANTS.
>>Still TODO: REQUIRE clause of GRANT:
>>NONE SSL X509 CIPHER ISSUER SUBJECT
> I know, but as lang as we don't support SSL connections to the MySQL
> server, this is a hard thing to test. :-)
I don't see your point. SHOW GRANTS reports those options so we can
report about them, and we can generate a GRANT command containing them.
This way, PMA can be used to manage accounts for users of applications
which implement mysqli_ssl_set(), even if PMA itself does not use SSL
connections to MySQL.
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