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mysqladmin -u myuser -p flush-logs
...but it returns a "you need the RELOAD priviledge for this operation" message.
I've also tried using -u root but it doesnt seem to have the necesary permisions to connect to mysql (odd?)
What can i do to flush this file without stopping the mysqld service?