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Discussion in 'Spigot Plugin Development' started by StackableGold_, Jun 10, 2017.
A quick google found something useful: click me
No, the users who are allowed multi-host connections (e.g. [email protected]'%') would not be allowed to connect, because there is a user like %@localhost.
I still doubt that. [username]@[host] is the format, and the username has nothing to do with the host. Henceforth, that is not the issue at hand. The host on which a user is expected to be connecting on containing a % is what is causing this issue, according to the information provided.
Although the link I provided refers to a question that isn't about a MariaDB server, I think there's some applicable information over there. Some of it influenced this answer.
MariaDB is a fork of MySQL which was intended to be a drop-in replacement for it (as well as less buggy).
Your own link literally verified my statement:
@OP post your users table
That's What I thought. Removed the user causing the problem and still getting
ava.sql.SQLException: null, message from server: "Host 'micheal7desktop' is not allowed to connect to this MariaDB server"
I found this really useful along side the one oasis9 posted. thanks for all the help everyone. See ya around!