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Discussion in 'Database Discussion' started by oocr83, Nov 11, 2012.

  1. oocr83

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    Helo Everyone

    have a doubt, why .my.cnf is in /home/user/.my.cnf ? i can disable that? because that file have login credentials.
     
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    cPanel does not follows the structure to store .my.cnf in user's directory for login credentials. They are stored in mysql database. Download the file on a safer side & then delete it.
     
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