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From:Gerald L. Clark Date:April 27 2007 2:56pm
Subject:Re: Permissions and Into Outfile
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Kebbel, John wrote:
> cat /etc/passwd on my Macintosh 10.3 at work (I'm using Linux at home) shows me this
> for mysql ...
> 
> mysql:*:74:74:MySQL Server:/var/empty:/usr/bin/false
> The home directory for mysql is /var/empty, which does exist. Should I write ~into 
> file~ output to this folder or should I change the mysql home directory to some other
> folder?
> 
> 

Neither.
Just make sure that mysql has permission to write in the directory you 
want to contain the output file.


-- 
Gerald L. Clark
Supplier Systems Corporation
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Permissions and Into OutfileJohn Kebbel27 Apr
  • Re: Permissions and Into OutfileGerald L. Clark27 Apr
    • RE: Permissions and Into OutfileJohn Kebbel27 Apr
      • Re: Permissions and Into OutfileGerald L. Clark27 Apr
      • RE: Permissions and Into OutfileMogens Melander27 Apr
RE: Permissions and Into OutfileJohn Kebbel28 Apr
  • RE: Permissions and Into OutfileMogens Melander28 Apr
RE: Permissions and Into OutfileJohn Kebbel28 Apr