I am using HeidiSQL for making a connection to my online DB. The problem is this, It shows an error in alert box: Could not establish. Since then I get the error: 'can not connect to MySQL server on for some *.err file - which is a text file you can open with notepad. Thanks for getting back to me. The message is "Can't connect to MySQL server on 'faet.sharon4arts.com' ()". Regards. Andrew. SPLASHTOP 2 FOR IPHONE
But keep in mind that developing HeidiSQL, user support and hosting takes time and money. You may want to send a donation instead. New topic Register Log in. Then I notice that all mention of a previously available "http tunnel" has disappeared: My db's are on a shared host box and I'm not given access to telnet or ssh.
The previously available "http tunnel" worked magic for me to get around my hosts access restrictions. The immediate error message doesn't appear connected to the http-tunnel solution, but I'm of course suspicious. My error message reads Error: Could not establish connection. The solution suggested there was to make an explicit entry in the affected SQL DB of the exact user name that the attempting connection is presenting. Any suggestions? Don't you mean SSH -tunnel? You should look that up in the configuration manager.
Well, that would be a rookie mistake Nothing was tweaked Just enabled My understanding was that the client PCs were connecting to the Server Browser Service via and the browser service was routing them to in the example of my picture above. Every application I wrote to date I never had to specify the port, was assumed and this has been working for me for years, even using the value in my "TCP Dynamic Ports" in the "IPAll" group.
I have no problem in being wrong, and I'm glad you mentioned the port because when I entered port number in HeidiSQL it worked like magic. Sorry, my assumption was that client PCs were connecting to the Server Browser Service via , not Everything you wrote is correct.
Except for the assumption it was the PC doing that dynamic detection. It's the client software or the underlying driver connecting to the Server Browser. HeidiSQL is just not capable of doing that. It is Ok if Heidi can't talk to the Server Browser service yet to be routed to the correct port. I guess that's what my applications and SSMS have been doing behind the scenes, because I never had to worry about that until today.
It's OK the way it is now as long as people are not using dynamic ports, since Heidi would not be able to obtain the current ports from the Server Browser service in this scenario. Good conversations! Ads were blocked - no problem. But keep in mind that developing HeidiSQL, user support and hosting takes time and money. You may want to send a donation instead.
New topic Register Log in. CarlosC posted 2 years ago in General. TIA Carlos. You could try the other driver library from the "Library" dropdown. CarlosC posted 2 years ago. I only have these providers on the combo: If I select any of these I got an error "Supplier not found". Wish you a Happy ! Any thoughts or ideas?
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Let me know if you need more info. You uninstalled MySQL? The message "access denied" means you have to find the right password for root. A fresh MySQL server normally has an empty password set for this root user. If you changed that password yourself, noone else than you will be able to tell it. Or, you can temporarily configure the server to ignore the authentication tables, so you can connect to it with empty user and password.
You will have to add this to your my. Amps posted 14 years ago. Most obviously your mysql server has been stopped in the meantime. Cheddars posted 14 years ago. Details: SQL Error: Access denied for user 'root' 'localhost' Cody I'm getting the same error message and I can't seem to find the file you need to put the codes in, where woudl they be locatd?
Help on what exactly? Didn't the postings above help you somehow? And what about the above posting with the skip-grant-tables stuff in your my. Sorry I don't get what you mean. Guessing: you didn't find the my. This thread is getting a bit fruitless as there is no exact description of the problem Yes: just follow the above posting about the my. If you do not have a my.
I faced the same problem but after I started wampserver and initialized phpMyadmin then switched to heidiSQL the problem was solved. It is from the maker of Putty. If you don't have it installed, just click on the "Download plink. You enter the plink. This has nothing to do with the database itself. It is about connecting to your hosting admin through SSH. I've noticed that sometimes the connection gets lost with the server. Therefor it is wise to set the "Ping every X seconds" to a value of 15 seconds.
Modify this to a value that best fit your situation. Johan van de Merwe. Posted in Tools. Step 1. Create a new connection in HeidiSQL First thing you have to do is to create a new session in the session manager that can be accessed from the "File" menu. Step 2. Enter here the password that corresponds with that same user. Step 3. Now fill the following details as well: The port that you have received from your provider to have access over the SSH tunnel. This could be something a value like , but it depends on your provider.
This is mostly the user that came with the installation letter. I think you get lucky with the credentials to access Direct Admin or any other admin panel of your provider. Here you put the password of that same user. Step 4. Modify the settings in the Advanced tab An experience related remark I've noticed that sometimes the connection gets lost with the server. Step 5. Recommended: Donate the developer.
Johan van de Merwe Working in IT since This was followed by a carrier as IT manager for several international operating companies.
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