To disable safe mode in MySQL, you can follow these steps:
Connect to the MySQL server using the mysql command-line client:
mysql -u <username> -p
<username> with your MySQL username. You will be prompted to enter your password.
Once connected to the MySQL server, you can disable safe mode by running the following SQL command:
SET GLOBAL sql_safe_updates=0;
This will disable safe mode for all connections to the MySQL server.
If you want to disable safe mode for a specific connection only, you can use the following command:Copy codeSET sql_safe_updates=0;
This will disable safe mode only for the current connection.
To enable safe mode again, you can use the following commands:
SET GLOBAL sql_safe_updates=1; -- to enable safe mode for all connectionsSET sql_safe_updates=1; -- to enable safe mode for the current connection only
By following these steps, you should be able to disable safe mode in MySQL.
Note: It is generally recommended to leave safe mode enabled to prevent accidental data loss when executing
UPDATE statements. It is also a good practice to use the
WHERE clause to specify the rows that should be affected by these statements.