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From:Daniel da Veiga Date:February 5 2007 5:52pm
Subject:Re: MYSQL under windows -- Max number of instances
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On 2/5/07, Brown, Charles <CBrown@stripped> wrote:
> Is it possible to setup two instances of MySQL under windows?  I am
> wondering because I would like to setup and test replication
>

Yes, theoretically you can, it should follow the same way of having
two mysql servers running, you just have to give them different TCP
ports to listen...

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Daniel da Veiga
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