|**OS type and version:**Debian 10
Today when I try to do Force log rotation I get myql error
What I did was I went to server - MySQL Database Server and change the administration password. after hitting the stop server I got another error
However, I did manage to start the server back but still no luck with log rotation I still get the same error
While I wait for some expert answers, I try to search for
my.cnf, but there was no such file under
I open the debian.cnf, and this is what I saw
It says “do not touch,” but I’m stubborn, so I did touch it and added my MySQL password. Saved and restart the MySQL server.
No issues, so I try to force log rotation, and BOOM! It worked.
I don’t know if that is the correct way to solve this problem by adding my password in a config file where it says DO NOT TOUCH.
Correct me if I’m wrong before I get into more troubles
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