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From:Claudio Nanni Date:April 14 2012 6:36pm
Subject:Re: Shared memory protocol can not be accessed in windows
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Red carpet for you!!!! Using shared memory! last one was Monty while
developing MySQL 3.x!!!

Sorry Siva,
A bit of fun about MySQL on windows shared-memory protocol :)

I have no experience on Shared Memory protocol and as me I think 99.999% of
MySQL users.
I think it would be way more appropriate to use TCP/IP so that (1) you can
migrate to Linux/Mac anytime hassle-free (2) find a zillion people ready to
help you.

If you still want to be helped with this protocol please provide:

MySQL Version
my.ini
mysql full configuration report (you may use  mysql -h127.0.0.1 -P3306
-uroot -e "show variables"    this will work if no root password is set,
otherwise add the -p parameter)


Thanks!

Claudio

2012/4/14 SIVASUTHAN NADARAJAH <nsivasuthan@stripped>

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> I used windows 7 OS. I try to connect to the MySQL server locally using
> shared memory prtotocolthis error message comes. Any one, can you tell me
> how to figure out this? C:\>mysql -h localhost -u root --protocol=memory
> --enable-shared-memory -p
> Enter password: ****
> ERROR 2038 (HY000): Can't open shared memory; client could not create
> request event (2)C:\>  Also I am unable to use nt-pipe protocol.C:\>mysql
> -h localhost -u root --protocol=pipe --enable-named-pipe  -p
> mysql: unknown option '--enable-named-pipe'C:\> Thanks.Sivasuthan.
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-- 
Claudio

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