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xCloner Changes MySQL Password – Backup Fails

  • KhunChaMak
    Member

    @khunchamak

    Hello,

    Your plugin seems to automatically inserts a backslash \ into the MySql password it found.

    FYI: My MySql password does contain some special characters.
    The backslash is placed before a double quote ” character.

    When I try to remove it, the backslash returns after saving the settings.

    And I get the error message: Could not connect: Access denied for user.

    How to fix this?

    Thanks

    Best regards,

    Khun Cha Mak

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  • Plugin Author xcloner
    Member

    @xcloner

    This is probably a bug i need to check, for a quick fix, you can try and remove the ‘ or ” chars from your mysql password by using the mysql control panel, then update the XCloner Config details! Ovidiu

    KhunChaMak
    Member

    @khunchamak

    Any progress on the bug fix??

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