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    It uses mysql_root_password

    But you need to change the root pw in the logger instance to whatever it is in the main instance.
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    hrm.

    It is. I used the same pwds for both instances.

    I'll do it again to make sure i didn't mess it up.

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    Yeah, the update didn't change anything....

    mysql> update user set password=PASSWORD('frankjones') where user='root';
    Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.00 sec)
    Rows matched: 3 Changed: 0 Warnings: 0

    So now I'll go back and see if maybe i made it somethine else in the other instance and just had a major brain fart.

    Thanks

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    after the password change, you need the command
    flush-privileges

    If that doesn't do it, try "where user like 'root%'
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    Man, I hate to keep posting. I'm really sorry for bugging you guys.

    anyway... neither command had any rows to update. AND... I was running without the --skip flag and logged in as logmysql -u root -p mysql
    to run those commands and used my password, so I think that the password is totally sorted on the mysql side. I'll reset it again in zmlocalconfig using -f and see if it helps.

    Note the 0 rows affected.

    mysql> flush privileges;
    Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.00 sec)

    mysql> update user set password=PASSWORD('frankjones') where user like 'root%';
    Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.00 sec)
    Rows matched: 3 Changed: 0 Warnings: 0

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    You'll need another flush after you manually set the password.
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    but the update didn't change any rows at all. there were no privileges to flush.

    i'll do it again anyway at your request, but am pretty sure that's not the problem

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    Looks like logmysqladmin is using mysql_logger_root_password localconfig key as the password, not mysql_root_password - I gave you bad info.

    Sorry about that.
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    Default [zimbra@mail ~]$ zmlocalconfig -e mysql_logger_root_password=

    Earlier today I declared you a hero. Now you truly are. That was the last bit. The setting i couldn't find alone. Thanks so freaking much. I'm truly truly amazed by the responsiveness of these forums.

    [zimbra@mail ~]$ zmcontrol status
    Host mail.tlogic.com
    antispam Running
    antivirus Running
    ldap Running
    logger Running
    mailbox Running
    mta Running
    snmp Running
    spell Running

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