Physical Path to restore DB in My TS-253 PRO

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David2009
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Physical Path to restore DB in My TS-253 PRO

Post by David2009 » Fri Apr 12, 2019 2:10 am

Hi everyone, I made a mistake !!!
After installing a php script I made a change in phpmyadmin, in the "privileges" section I removed all user privileges to "root". This by selecting the new database created for the new script.
Current situation: in phpmyadmin I only see 2 Database: information_schema and test, I can't create any more.
I wouldn't want to initialize the databases because I have data and I don't have recent copies. Is there a different way to recover databases?
An absolute path where to take the data back?
Or another system, something that allows you to go back to having the privileges to see all the dbs in phpmyadmin without reinitializing
:(
Thanks
My data:NAS FIRMWARE 4.3.4.0695

Server del Database
Server: Localhost via UNIX socket
Tipo di server: MariaDB
Connessione Server: SSL inattivo Documentazione
Versione del server: 5.5.57-MariaDB - MariaDB Server
Versione protocollo: 10
Utente: root@localhost
Codifica caratteri del server: UTF-8 Unicode (utf8)

David2009
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Re: Physical Path to restore DB in My TS-253 PRO

Post by David2009 » Fri Apr 12, 2019 9:40 pm

Help :-(

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