"Jim Michaels" <NOSPAMFORjmichae3> wrote in message
news:lomdncZ4MPvek7fZnZ2dnUVZ_t2dnZ2dcomcast.com. ..Why don't you just ask to your hosting company?>I am attempting to do a restore from a 7MB sql script generated from MySQL
>Administrator Backup. includes BLOBs and multiple databases.
> server has locked out mysql.exe from access by rootlocalhost, probably
> because of trying to use it to execute the script and server
> disconnecting. 3/4 way through.
> (how is that possible, and how can I unlock it?)
> query browser is useable, but it gives errors
> well, now I try mysql.exe and it has locked up hard. won't die.
Why do you want to *unlock* while you know that it's not permitted?
Just find a solution with your hosting company without thinking about
things that can lead you to useless problems.
The hosting company can close your account if you try to break thing
because it's illegal.
Leonardo Armando Iarrusso - J2Be
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