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From:Paul DuBois Date:January 10 2003 7:25pm
Subject:Re: How disable query log?
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At 18:59 +0300 1/10/03, Andrey V. Ignatov wrote:
>Hi, all!
>
>I am compile mysql-4.0.9 for PPC64 with GLIBC64. It's nothing about
>logging in mysql.server startup script and in my.cnf, but mysqld
>create log file and write a lot of queries to it. How i can disable
>this?
>
>My configure options:
>./configure --without-berkley-db 
>--with-named-curses-libs=/opt/ncurses-5.3/lib/libncurses.a
>--build=powerpc64-linux --prefix=/usr/local/mysql 
>--localstatedir=/var/lib/mysql --sysconfdir=/etc/mysql
>--sbindir=/usr/local/mysql/bin --libexecdir=/usr/local/mysql/bin
>--with-unix-socket-path=/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock --without-debug 
>--without-isam
>--with-extra-charsets=complex

The log isn't enabled by default, so it must be getting turned on
*somewhere* at startup time.  Check all your option files, not just
one.  Run this command to check what options are getting passed to
it from option files:

mysqld --print-defaults
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How disable query log?Andrey V. Ignatov10 Jan
  • Re: How disable query log?Paul DuBois10 Jan
Re[2]: How disable query log?Andrey V. Ignatov10 Jan
  • Re[2]: How disable query log?Paul DuBois11 Jan
Re[3]: How disable query log?Andrey V. Ignatov11 Jan