MySQL Change root Password

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How do I change MySQL root password under Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD and UNIX-like like operating system over the ssh session?

Setting up MySQL password is one of the essential tasks. By default, root user is MySQL admin account user. Please note that the Linux or UNIX root account for your operating system and MySQL root user accounts are different. They are separate, and nothing to do with each other. Sometime you may remove Mysql root account and setup admin user as super user for security purpose.

Method #1: Use mysqladmin command to change root password

If you have never set a root password for MySQL server, the server does not require a password at all for connecting as root. To setup root password for first time, use mysqladmin command at shell prompt as follows:
$ mysqladmin -u root password NEWPASSWORD
However, if you want to change (or update) a root password, then you need to use the following command:

$ mysqladmin -u root -p'oldpassword' password newpass

For example, If the old password is abc, you can set the new password to 123456, enter:

$ mysqladmin -u root -p'abc' password '123456'

Note:123456 password is used for demonstration purpose only. You must select a strong password. It is an important protection to help you have safer MySQL database transactions.

Sample live session from my home server using mysqladmin

Fig.01: mysqladmin command in action
Fig.01: mysqladmin command in action

How do I verify that the new password is working or not?

Use the following mysql command:

mysql -u root -p'123456' db-name-here

OR

mysql -u root -p'123456' -e 'show databases;'

A note about changing MySQL password for other users

To change a normal user password you need to type the following command. In this example, change the password for nixcraft mysql user:
$ mysqladmin -u nixcraft -p'old-password' password new-password

Method #2: Changing MySQL root user password using the mysql command

This is an another method. MySQL stores username and passwords in user table inside MySQL database. You can directly update or change the password using the following method for user called nixcraft:

Login to mysql server, type the following command at shell prompt:

$ mysql -u root -p

Use mysql database (type command at mysql> prompt):

mysql> use mysql;

Change password for user nixcraft, enter:

mysql> update user set password=PASSWORD("NEWPASSWORD") where User='nixcraft';

Finally, reload the privileges:

mysql> flush privileges;
mysql> quit

Sample live session from my home server

Fig.02: Changing mysql password for nixcraft user using sql commands.
Fig.02: Changing mysql password for nixcraft user using sql commands.

This method is also useful with PHP, Python, or Perl scripting APIs.

See also:

Posted by: Vivek Gite

The author is the creator of nixCraft and a seasoned sysadmin and a trainer for the Linux operating system/Unix shell scripting. He has worked with global clients and in various industries, including IT, education, defense and space research, and the nonprofit sector. Follow him on Twitter, Facebook, Google+.

141 comment

  1. I got an error trying to use your method to change the root password using mysqladmin. I did some checking and found that the following method worked.

    mysql> mysqladmin -u molly -p password NEWPASSWORD
    (replacing NEWPASSWORD with the desired password, you will be prompted to enter the current password)

  2. I am using the latest MySQL, the codes above didn;t work for me, please if you have the correct code to use. I want to change the root password to null. Just like it came.

    Thanks

      1. Al, thx. That worked fine for mysql. However when I try to access mysqladmin
        app now, I get a strange error.

        “The additional features for working with linked tables have been deactivated.”
        anyone have an idea for a fix?

  3. Yessssss… same for me…
    It will not work.
    I use WAMPSERVER 2.0
    I get following error in Mysql:

    ERROR 1064 (42000): You have an error in you SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySql server version for the right syntax to use near ‘$ mysql -u root -p
    mysql> use mysql
    mysql> update user set password=PASSWORD(“NE’ at line 1

    Very annoying

    1. I’m using wamp server 2.1. Click on your wamp icon. mouse hover on Mysql
      select console then type in Al’s suggestion. It worked fine for me.
      you may have to refresh your page or clear cookies before you see the change.
      I know I had too.

      1. i want to set configure my mysql to set a new password i typed set password and the reply is this ERROR 1064 (42000): You have an error in you SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySql server version for the right syntax to use near ‘$ mysql -u root -p
        mysql> use mysql
        mysql> update user set password=PASSWORD(“NE’ at line 1

        1. This is a SQL statement.
          SQL statements only use single quotes, one at a time.
          try:
          mysql
          use mysql
          update user root set password=PASSWORD(‘new’);
          \q

          this should work a lot better ;-)

  4. Have been coming here for years to cut and paste that syntax

    mysqladmin -u root password NEWPASSWORD

    works great, guys the “NEWPASSWORD” is where you put the new password

    it is lazier for me to come here to grab it than learn it myself, i

  5. I was playing with WAMP tool. By default it had root password as empty. I wanted to provide a new password and not just leave it empty.
    By this I will be giving simple steps which I learnt, where in one can make necessary changes for both mysql server and mysql client. Hopefully this will work perfect with any standalone mysql server and mysql client application. I hope this may save someones precious time.

    WAMP Settings for MySQL
    ———————————-
    By default WAMP does not set the mysql root password.
    So phpmyadmin connects to internal mysqlServer with default username : root and empty[NO] password

    If we want to have some form of secure database then root password should not be left empty.
    How to provide the password so that mysql client connects to the server with some password?

    The following tries to simplify the approach in WAMP Mysql setup.
    Mysql Server End Changes for new Password
    ————————————————————–
    Change the mysql server password as follows :
    To setup root password for first time:
    mysqladmin -u root password “NEWPASSWORD”
    C:\wamp\bin\mysql\mysql5.1.30\bin> mysqladmin -u root password "root"

    If password already exist and you are aware of it and want to change it then
    1. Thru mysqladmin technique :
    mysqladmin -u root -p password “MYNEWPASSWORD”
    Enter password: OLDPASSWORD

    C:\wamp\bin\mysql\mysql5.1.30\bin>mysqladmin -u root -p password “vinod”
    Enter password: root

    2. Alternatively, [Optional Step]
    C:\wamp\bin\mysql\mysql5.1.30\bin>mysql -u root -p
    Enter password: root [OLD EXISTING ROOT PASSWORD]
    Welcome to the MySQL monitor. Commands end with ; or \g.
    Your MySQL connection id is 8
    Server version: 5.1.30-community-log MySQL Community Server (GPL)

    Type ‘help;’ or ‘\h’ for help. Type ‘\c’ to clear the buffer.

    mysql> use mysql
    Database changed

    mysql> update user set password=PASSWORD("vinod") where User='root';
    Query OK, 1 row affected (0.00 sec)
    Rows matched: 1 Changed: 1 Warnings: 0

    mysql> exit
    Bye

    This changes the root password.

    Verify :

    C:\wamp\bin\mysql\mysql5.1.30\bin>mysql -u root -p
    Enter password: vinod
    Welcome to the MySQL monitor. Commands end with ; or \g.
    Your MySQL connection id is 5
    Server version: 5.1.30-community-log MySQL Community Server (GPL)

    Type ‘help;’ or ‘\h’ for help. Type ‘\c’ to clear the buffer.

    mysql>exit
    C:\wamp\bin\mysql\mysql5.1.30\bin>

    ————————————————————————————

    Mysql Client End Changes for new Password
    ———————————————————
    Change the mysql client password as follows :
    Here phpmyadmin is a mysql client application which is connecting to mysql server.
    Let us see what it requires to make changes to successfully connect with new password

    1. Edit config.inc.php under C:\wamp\apps\phpmyadmin3.1.1\

    Change
    $cfg['Servers'][$i]['password'] = '';
    to
    $cfg['Servers'][$i]['password'] = 'vinod';

    Thats it restart mysql service and http://localhost/phpmyadmin/ will let u login

    1. Thank you for this info. I tried to change the password in the my,ini file (i’m a beginner), but it didn’t work. i searched on google, and I found this :D Very useful.
      I’ll make a post on my blog about this :D

      PS: Don’t be affraid Vivek, I won’t copy your post ;)

      Have a great day!

  6. Windows is the festering bit of useless tripe that you hope does not appear on your porch, but if it does you kick it off and wash your shoe.

    Keep it in joke computing world and off of serious informative boards please.

  7. Operating Systems are SRS BSNS.

    But seriously, get over yourself, “Josh from America”, and stop posting such self-righteous fodder. No one cares what you think. This is supposed to be an area for assistance.

  8. when setting the root password for the first time, start a DOS terminal and run
    C:\wamp\bin\mysql\mysql5.1.30\bin> mysqladmin -u root password “root”
    like in vinod’s post. here the ‘mysqladmin’ is not a command, but an exe file!

    yesh: do NOT use mysql console for this, because it does not recognise the command, and you keep getting new prompts and error messages.
    first I made the same mistake. Thanks Vinod!

  9. The problem with your examples, is that it is not clear which parts are literal and which parts are to be substituted.

    I have been trying to get your example to work to change the existing root password, but in your example of: “mysqladmin -u root -p oldpassword newpass” are both of the last two arguments meant to be substituted or just the first one. And then, at the prompt, do I enter the old password, or the new one I want to create? It’s terribly unclear.

  10. Here is a foolproof way of changing your root password without mucking around with prompts and error messages:

    mysqladmin –user=root –password=’my_old_password’ password ‘my_new_password’

  11. My user name and password are not working while I am opening my ID. It says this is not a valid ID but i gave correct ID and password. I want my previous ID and password because this is my favourite ID

  12. To clear the root password I got a “too few arguments” with

    mysqladmin -r root password

    instead, mysqladmin -r root password “” ( MUST be double quotes )

    I then entered the root password and this cleared it.

  13. Thank you very much for this information. I have been searching for hours on a correct technique for something as simple as changing the passwords of mysql users and most pages are just plain wrong with continuous comments complaining about failure. I hated being apart of that failure. I found your site and the solution was simple and correct. This has made me much more productive with my sites by not having to continuously change the username and password in the site code. Thank You!

  14. Thank you for your help.
    mysqladmin -u root -p’oldpassword’ password newpass
    Before successfully changing my password using your script I got single quotes around my new password (and a warning.) So I did like this:-
    mysqladmin -u root -p”‘oldpassword'” password oldpassword
    It worked! What a performance!
    Linux seems easier than Windows XP.

  15. The above command did not work for me, perhaps i am using latest version of mysql but the following did

    C:\xampp\mysql\bin>mysqladmin -u root -p”1234″ password “”

    1234 is old password. New password is blank. I tried different variation but it never worked. It did not ask for password confirmation this time and i was able to login using a blank password. Note that i used double quotes to wrap both old and new password. Hope it helped. I am using MySQL 5.1.29 which i believe is latest.

  16. I suggest that it is different for different versions and between Windows and Linux.
    I suggest that you, Khan, have changed your password to “” which will be treated as no password.
    What you did that worked was:
    C:\xampp\mysql\bin>mysqladmin -u root -p”1234″ password “”
    I suggest that it might have worked without the double quotes.
    Now that I have got it working I really don’t want to try it and mess up my system.

    Version 5 is the first version of Mysql that I have managed to make work.
    I have installed many earlier versions and have always come unstuck about the password.
    It really is a nightmare.
    I am not a giant corporation with hackers trying to steal my credit card info using code injection.
    I am just a home user who wants to learn Mysql.

  17. I get an error for the flush privileges command – error 1146 (42s02): Table ‘mysql.servers’ doesn’t exist

    Is reloading the privileges very important – or will this not affect at all?

  18. 5.1.37
    mysqladmin -u root -p”oldpass” password”newpass”

    replace oldpass with your old password. replace newpass with your new password. leave the quotation marks “”.

    thanks again for this post , esp thundergod.

  19. This just doesn’t work. I have version 5.0.84 on a windows server.
    It doesn’t work without quotes, with quotes, double quotes or brackets…

    I’ve never set a pasword, so I just try
    $ mysqladmin -u root password NEWPASSWORD

    And it doesn’t work. Please help.

  20. hello i am just use wamp but when i open phpmyadmin , i found this alert ,
    “Your PHP MySQL library version 5.0.51a differs from your MySQL server version 5.1.32. This may cause unpredictable behavior.”

    can anybody help me to fix this ?

  21. Hello edi,
    I see that you are having problems too.
    Welcome to the club.
    “Your PHP MySQL library version 5.0.51a differs from your MySQL server version 5.1.32. This may cause unpredictable behavior.”
    I have never used wamp precisely because of this sort of problem.
    If all goes well wamp is a very easy way to install Apache, PHP and MySql.
    But when something goes wrong as in your case it is very difficult to fix.
    I think that your error message means exactly that.
    Had you installed the three packages separately it would have been less trouble.
    Before you uninstall wamp and install Apache, PHP and MySql separately,
    I would try uninstalling MySql, uninstalling PHP and then installing PHP and then MySql.
    You do need to download PHP and MySql separately.
    But having said that you might be better off starting again
    with a fresh install of Apache, PHP and MySql.
    Each is dependent on the previous installation thus Apache can run on its own.
    PHP depends on Apache. MySql depends on PHP.
    You must work up to the full installation, uninstalling a part if it does not work.
    Just to add a layer of complication, for some reason PHP no longer supports MySql
    without a few extras. Some dispute between Sun Microsystems who support MySql
    and PHP which is open source.
    Your C:\PHP\ext folder needs to include a few extra dll files
    which need to be enabled in your php.ini.
    I could say more but it is well documented on the internet.
    Yes it is a challenge. Good luck. It will work eventually.

  22. Hi all,

    Am using WAMP – with MySql 5.1.36.

    Currently have no password set for root. Open to all. None of the above solutions work for me. Does anyone know how to set root password – WAMP Mysql 3.1.36 ? Please don’t suggest any of the above!

    Thanks

  23. Hi Vinod,

    Hope you can help.

    You say that to set a password (in WAMP when one hasn’t been set) to:

    To setup root password for first time:
    mysqladmin -u root password “NEWPASSWORD”
    C:\wamp\bin\mysql\mysql5.1.30\bin> mysqladmin -u root password “root”

    I don’t understand, – which one is it?

    Do I use your first line and enter my chosen password where you have “NEWPASWORD”
    or do I use your second line and enter “root” ?

    If I use your second line and enter “root”, do I then get to set the password I want?

    Why do you give two conflicting lines? Sorry, all new to me.

    I also found out from another site that you have to navigate from command prompt to the bin directory that contains the mysqladmin.exe file before trying to run the command. That isn’t very clear here.

  24. hi all.
    iam usin wamp 2.0 with mysql 5.1.36.

    i hv 2 tables, subjects and pages, pages relates to subjects vai subject_id. iam buildin a site, wen i try 2 retrieve pages 4rm my data base dat hv a relationship with a subject(…$query = select * FROM pages WHERE subject_id = {$subject_id}…) it gvs me an error dt reads: you hav an error in ur sql syntax; check manual that corresponds to your mysql server version. somebody please help me, thanx.

  25. When I tried this, it didn’t seem to change the mysql password..

    not to fear though I did find the fix.

    Note: If your mysql user account doesn’t have root access it can’t read the .sql script you just created. Easy way around it is to make the file in /tmp or have your mysqld_safe running with root privileges. other wise works like a charm.

  26. Apparently, I fat-fingered the password for my root. I have attempted to use the posts here, and quite likely overlooked the solution. However, is there a simple command to clear the password if it is not remembered? I am guessing that reinstalling mySQL would not work because this is stored in the registry, so my next question is where I find that. I have full admin rights and this is my box, but I obviously went astray and need the program for a college class.

    All help is greatly appreciated.

    g.

  27. I am running a local MAMP server on my MacBook Pro (Mac OS X – 10.6.4) and running MySQL 5.1.48 (x86_64) and found out that the following command would cause root to longer have access to the “mysql” database after logging out and logging back in:
    mysql> update user set password=PASSWORD(“NEWPASSWORD”) where User=’root’;

    The fix was to replace the double quotes with single quotes around the new password in the sql statement. So the command looked like this:
    mysql> UPDATE mysql.user SET Password=PASSWORD(‘newpassword’) WHERE User=’root’;
    Also don’t forget to refresh the grant tables with this command:
    mysql> FLUSH PRIVILEGES;

    But what I recommend is using the SET PASSWORD syntax b/c the update will let you pass any value which could cause trouble and headaches, plus its just a longer command.
    mysql>set password for ‘root’@’%’ = password(‘newpassword’);

    1. Good Day! i have system in server and it runs in linux(fedora 6),a program(system)php and mysql,the system is in www folder in linux,now i want it to run in windows xp,i installed wamp in my windows xp,i copy and paste the system(which is the system in linux) in www folder under folder wamp(c>wamp>www),i start all services(php,mysql,apache),i open phpMyAdmin and import the sql files(which is i exported from linux phpMyAdmin, compose of tables etc…)..and then i try to run the system using hxxp://localhost/system/index.php, it runs like in linux,now asking the username and password like in linux as administrator,when i entered username and password like in linux,or even wrong or none,it has an error.it appears ”
      Not Found

      The requested URL /system/Notice: Undefined variable: PHP_SELF in C:\wamp\www\system\index.php on line 55 was not found on this server.”

      then if i import sql file in phpmyadmin,this information appear “Your configuration file contains settings (root with no password) that correspond to the default MySQL privileged account. Your MySQL server is running with this default, is open to intrusion, and you really should fix this security hole by setting a password for user ‘.root’.

      WHAT HAPPENED?WHAT SHOULD I DO FOR IT?THANKS GUYS…im looking forward for ur help…thank you and GOD BLESS!

  28. thank you believe me its fantastic. God bless you. Allah will give you the reward for spreading useful knowledge. love you . thankkkksss it solved my problem keep posting data like this

  29. Hi, would like to say thank you – I followed your advice and it worked for Wamp 5 (thought I had lost several websites I’m developing before I came across your post). Brilliant and God bless you. Said

  30. I have consistently found the information on this website very helpful. Especially during my beginning into Linux.

    I’ve seen some harsh comments here, that I think may be completely unfair.

  31. I realize this is an old post, but someone like me may stumble on to this issue. I am currently using mysql version 5.0.91 and this is what worked for me. When using the command line shown below, one thing to remember is that there is no space between the -P and the password. There is however spaces between -u and root, and between password and “newpass”.
    mysqladmin -u root -p”oldpass” password ”newpass”

    So, if the old password was abcde, and the new password is fghij, the command line would look like this:
    mysqladmin -u root -pabcde password fghij

    if you enter this like this, with the space between -p and abcde, mysql will prompt you for a password, and further will not recognize the abcde as a valid command.
    mysqladmin -u root -p abcde password fghij

    I am not sure why this is, but I can say this worked for me.

  32. Hi,
    How to change the domain name in the database table?

    Having to use a another mysql wordpress database for another domain/site, I need to change the domain name inside the database but have no idea which table/s containing the domain name and how to change it.

    Any assistance and guidance would be much appreciated.

    Thanks in advance
    Chris

  33. SOLUTION TO ALL YOUR PROBLEMS

    Search for a file “config.inc.php” you will find it in “wamp\apps\phpmyadmin3.2.0.1” like folder

    just change the password in this file on line looking like “$cfg[‘Servers’][$i][‘password’] = ‘password’; ”

    then Save !

    Done

  34. I am getting these type of errors
    —>
    MySQL said:

    #1045 – Access denied for user ‘root’@’localhost’ (using password: NO)

    —>
    Connection for controluser as defined in your configuration failed.

    —>
    phpMyAdmin tried to connect to the MySQL server, and the server rejected the connection. You should check the host, username and password in your configuration and make sure that they correspond to the information given by the administrator of the MySQL server.

    ==========
    Actually, earlier http://localhost/phpmyadmin was running fine.. but since i have installed MySQL server, and during configuring the instance i have given a simple password it had stop work and displaying the errors written above.
    Also the command presented in this blog are not working at my system’s command prompt.

    I m thinking to remove the root password, but i guess there may other solution as well to bypass/remove these type of errors.

  35. #1064 – You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near ‘mysql> update user set password= PASSWORD(“[password]”) where User='[username]” at line 1

  36. hi,

    it works fine but i would not advice to do it like this:
    mysqladmin -u root -p’abc’ password ‘123456’
    because the entered password will be on your console. and will go into your history. this is not secure. when doing it like this:
    mysqladmin -u root -p password
    the mysqladmin will ask for your old and new password. which will not go into your console and not into your history.

    besides this it helped me alot thanks!!

  37. For Chris, Download and install WAMP, use PhpMyadmin to RENAME your database(slect your database , chose OPERATION) , I hope you are able to do this! If not, do some Google, for PhpMyadmin .

  38. Any help appreciated
    Broses-MacBook-Pro:~ Watlala$ /usr/local/mysql/bin/mysqld_safe –skip-grant-tables
    121126 18:10:56 mysqld_safe Logging to ‘/usr/local/mysql/data/Broses-MacBook-Pro.local.err’.
    touch: /usr/local/mysql/data/Broses-MacBook-Pro.local.err: Permission denied
    cat: /usr/local/mysql/data/Broses-MacBook-Pro.local.pid: Permission denied
    rm: /usr/local/mysql/data/Broses-MacBook-Pro.local.pid: Permission denied
    121126 18:10:56 mysqld_safe Fatal error: Can’t remove the pid file:
    /usr/local/mysql/data/Broses-MacBook-Pro.local.pid
    Please remove it manually and start /usr/local/mysql/bin/mysqld_safe again;
    mysqld daemon not started
    /usr/local/mysql/bin/mysqld_safe: line 107: /usr/local/mysql/data/Broses-MacBook-Pro.local.err: Permission denied

  39. Thanks very much, i can summarize like that
    simply type three commands below noted:

    command 1: use mysql;
    (prompt will display database changed
    command 2: update user set password =PASSWORD(“PUT YOUR PASSWORD HERE”); where user=’root’;
    Command 3: fulsh privileges;

  40. better way before upgrade older version of phpmyadmin take the backup. and after replace the config.ini.php from old version.

    it is working

    above all the other fuckers are liars… i hate

  41. Very Helpfull this article, it will work for some users and not for others ( diferente mysql version, or different mysql client etc… ), before posting crap about, looking in your environment….. so dummies!!!

  42. mysql> update mysql.user set password=password(‘newpassword’) where user=’root’ and host=’localhsot:3307′;
    Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.00 sec)
    Rows matched: 0 Changed: 0 Warnings: 0
    mysql> flush privileges;
    Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.00 sec)
    mysql> quit;
    Bye

  43. i have an error while
    mysql> where user=”root”;
    error is ::

    ERROR 1064 (42000): You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that
    corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near ‘where
    user=”root”‘ at line 1

    what shud i do???

  44. For Chris, Download and install WAMP, use PhpMyadmin to RENAME your database(slect your database , chose OPERATION) , I hope you are able to do this! If not, do some Google, for PhpMyadmin .

  45. On a modern Linux system this is the quickest way to force-reset the password (e.g. if you have forgotten it or taken over a legacy system), assuming it is running as a system service:

    service stop mysql
    mysqld_safe --skip-grant-tables &
    mysql
    
    mysql> UPDATE mysql.user SET Password=PASSWORD('new password') WHERE User='root';
    mysql> FLUSH PRIVILEGES;
    mysql> quit
    
    mysqladmin shutdown
    service mysql start
    
  46. What if I don’t know my current password ? Im getting the following message > -bash: $: command not found <

    I tried to remove the password in phpmyadmin (MAMP) then everything stopped working and I cannot connect to mysql server.

  47. So much vitriol, so many spelling errors. In the attached code.

    Many years ago an old Cobol programmer from Manchester told me that he got into programming because he couldn’t spell. With computers, he only had to learn about thirty words. The rest of the time, he could mis-spell to his heart’s content so long as he did it consistently.

    Biggest, bestest hint I ever got from a teacher. I’ll try and follow suit by mentioning that MySQL likes single quotes much more than it likes double quotes. Most of the “syntax error” bewilderment here can be traced to people trying out the wrong sort (or worse, one of each).

    You should also try:
    >mysql -u root -p
    >[password] – your password, not literally [password]
    >use mysql ;
    >show tables;
    >describe user;
    >select host, user from user where user = ‘root’;

    There’s a lot of useful stuff in what you’ll see that should get you thinking in the right way when it comes to setting up your utility users.

    Luck.

  48. Hi,
    I want some help regarding goautodial. I have change the pasword of mysqladmin and i also want to change the password of phpmyadmin which is by default user name is cron and pasword is 1234 so my que is how to change the password of phpmyadmin and where i can saw these all passwords if i forget in some case.

    Thanx

  49. Just a suggestion for method 1–instead of putting the password into the actual command, just use this: “mysqladmin -u root -p password” (no quotes but exactly how I wrote it). It will first prompt for the current password and won’t display it in the window, then it will prompt for the new password twice, again not actually displaying the text.

  50. My mysql application is telling me to reset the password using “alter user” method …..what does that even mean….how can i do that?? please help if u know how to figure that out…thanks

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