It should be possible to do a manual install from the non-installer
download. Moreover, it should also be possible to run 2 instances
on 2 different ip-adresses on one computer.
It's been a while sincei ran MySQL on Windows, so my memory is
not clear on this, but scan the docs, and your questions will be answered.
On Tue, May 8, 2007 20:35, C K wrote:
> Dear friends,
> thank you for your response.
> but the problem is that when I try to install MySQL 5.0 from windows .msi
> installer on windows XP with MySQL 5.0 already installed, the
> installer does not shows any option regarding new installation. I can
> just rapair/remove the installation. Why?
> As I know we can install multiple instances of MySQL running for different
> ports, how to make it available on Windows?
> I need to run two different mysql servers on same machine at different
> ports(3306, 3307 etc) is it possible and how?
> Thanks again,
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