Database error: can't find any matching row in the user table

Kairete

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"Database Error: Can't find any matching row in the user table"

This is the error appairing on cPanel while i try to give privileges to username of database on a specific database.
How could i fix it?

Thank you for your help, i really appreciate this forum.
 

cPanelMichael

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Hello,

Could you verify if an entry for "skip-name-resolve=1" exists in your /etc/my.cnf file? If so, please remove the entry, restart MySQL, and let us know if you continue to receive this error message. The use of this entry is unsupported.

Thank you.
 

myusername

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Is there any particular reason it's not supported? We used to use this to speed up queries over the WAN instead of doing a DNS lookup. It improved performance dramatically. I have not had to use it lately so curious to why it is no longer supported. Is that a cPanel thing or MySQL thing?
 

cPanelMichael

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Is there any particular reason it's not supported? We used to use this to speed up queries over the WAN instead of doing a DNS lookup. It improved performance dramatically. I have not had to use it lately so curious to why it is no longer supported. Is that a cPanel thing or MySQL thing?
It's resulted in MySQL connection issues in the past when using a remote MySQL server, during account transfers and restorations, and with phpMyAdmin. You might not notice any issues when using MySQL on the local server, but keep in mind it's not a value we test with during the development process.

Thank you.