If you are tunneling port 3306 to your local machine, you need to have
mysql listen on the local port.
what ever port is being used on your local computer to operate the tunnel
to port 3306 remotely is the port you will use for mysql locally.
I hope this makes sense!
On Tue, May 28, 2013 at 7:05 PM, Miguel González <miguel_3_gonzalez@stripped
> Dear all,
> Not sure if this the right mailing list address for asking this.
> Server running Centos and MySQL.
> Client is a windows xp machine.
> I have setup a SSH tunnel with putty and run mysql administrator. It
> works fine with the root account.
> With a non-root account I get
> the server service or the configuration file could not be found. I can
> log on but I can't see the databases that I should be allowed to see.
> Running a mysql -h 127.0.0.1 -u myuser -p mypassword from linux works
> I have created a .my.cnf file in the home folder with 600 permissions
> in the linux box and filled it with:
> Server configuration file is under /etc/my.cnf.
> What am I doing wrong?
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