* Reindl Harald <h.reindl@stripped> [121031 08:12]:
> Am 31.10.2012 16:34, schrieb Tim Johnson:
> > * Johan De Meersman <vegivamp@stripped> [121031 07:10]:
> >> Given the different location of the datafiles and assuming the
> >> actual drupal does work, I'm starting to suspect that whatever
> >> installer you used created a second instance of mysql. Your drupal
> >> configfile should hold the necessary data to connect to it.
> > You are correct. Running on 3307. (from settings.php) But even
> > loging into that instance was not showing me the drupal
> > databases - so I was stumped! I would guess that was because the
> > 3307 instance was using the system-wide my.cnf instead of the
> > drupal my.cnf. I could not see from documentation how to invoke
> > mysql or mysqldump with a specific my.cnf.
> > See my response to your other email.
> > thanks Johan
> you MUST NOT use "localhost" if you want to connect to
> a different mysqld-port because "localhost" is unix-socket
> mysql -h 127.0.0.1 --port=3307 -u <username> -p
I get "access denied" when I do that.
tim at tee jay forty nine dot com or akwebsoft dot com