ERROR 1044 (42000): Access denied for user ''@'localhost' to database 'oozie'

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I am new to mysql and oozie and while creating database got this error below

How can I come out of that, can anyone help out?

Jun 19 in Big Data Hadoop by Roshni
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Hey,

I got the same error and it is really easy to come out of this, here is the solution below:

Just type the below command on your shell:

mysql -u root

 

Then rewrite the command to create a database, your error will go off. 

I hope this works for you.

answered Jun 19 by Gitika
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