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My root@localhost user has the password, but a sudo-user can access from command line without password, is it possibile to disable this sudo command line access?

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  • Since you're seemingly concerned about security, this one(vs others) has more arguments on why/why not to use the configurations superuser.com/questions/735172/…
    – WU-TANG
    Oct 20, 2020 at 15:29
  • I simply don't want to share my database structure to all sudo users.
    – Tobia
    Oct 20, 2020 at 16:15

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To avoid entering with sudo and that only root can enter, only recommended for your database installed locally and not in production, you could use mysql_secure_installation with a password for root.

sudo mysql_secure_installation

With this command you go through a wizard that will ask you different questions. You must tell it to keep the root user, with a password. and so you could access through without sudo.

mysql -u root -p

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