Creating a User
Multiple users with different permissions can be created to access a DB instance or database, but the permissions of these users cannot exceed the operation permissions of the account.
- On the top menu bar, choose Account Management > User Management.
- On the displayed page, click Create User. Then, configure required information, such as basic information, advanced settings, global permissions, and object permissions, and click Save. In the displayed dialog box, click OK.Figure 1 Creating a user
You can click Add DAS IP Address to add the IP address of the DAS server to the user's host. In the user list, you can view all created users, or locate a user and click Edit and Delete in the Operation column to manage it.
Table 1 Permission description
Permission to query a specified object (such as, a global or single database).
Permission to insert data into a specified object.
Permission to update data of a specified object.
Permission to delete data from a specified object.
Permission to create databases and tables for a specified object.
Permission to delete databases, tables, and views of a specified object.
Permission to execute FLUSH.
Permission to execute SHOW PROCESSLIST to view all the processes.
Permission to grant permissions to another account or reclaim permissions from another account.
Permission to create foreign keys for a specified object.
Permission to create or delete index for a specified object.
Permission to execute ALTER TABLE for a specified object.
Permission to run the SHOW DATABASES command to display all databases.
CREATE TEMPORARY TABLES
Permission to execute CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE for a specified object.
Permission to execute LOCK TABLES on the tables with the SELECT permission for a specified object.
Permission to execute a stored procedure for a specified object.
Permission to allow the replica server to read binary log events from the source server.
Permission to query the location of the source server or replica server.
Permission to create or alter a view for a specified object.
Permission to execute SHOW CREATE VIEW for a specified object.
Permission to create a stored procedure for a specified object.
Permission to alter or delete a stored procedure for a specified object.
Permission to create, modify, delete, or display the event scheduler for a specified object.
Permission to execute a trigger for a specified object. Only users with this permission can create, delete, execute, or display the triggers of a table.