If I then use mysql -u user -p the connection works fine. It's just HeidiSQL which doesnt want to connect. But I doubt that this is of much help. And another thing: v Is there a way to execute the tunnel command automatically with HeidiSQL before connecting, so I don't have to open another terminal?
You could time it so it runs when Windows started, or when you log on. Hm yeah but I don't need to use this db on every computer start. I rather just have a connect. That way it's still easier to connect. Ads were blocked - no problem.
But keep in mind that developing HeidiSQL, user support and hosting takes time and money. Cha0s posted 11 years ago in General. I've been trying for some time to connect to a MySQL server that listens only on loopback Whatever settings I tried an error occured. The error was: PLink exited unexpected. The correct syntax which connected successfully to the server was: plink. In my case my password had spaces so it's needed to be enclosed with double quotes.
Also the root hostname must be in the end of the command. Thank you. I can surely add quoted around the password, which should fix your problem. While I don't think root host must be the last parameter - that would mean this feature would not work for any user which is not the case. Cha0s posted 11 years ago. Actually you are right! My bad about the syntax. I tried via cmd to run it and I must have written something wrong leading me to believe that the user host is strictly after the options.
I re-tried it now and it worked ok. Also I wrote the my password with quotes in the password field and it worked ok. Regards, Vaggelis.
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