>>>> 2013/09/02 12:49 +0800, John Smith >>>>
> > I looked in mysql.config.pl and no "localhost" :(
> "mysql.config.pl" from what software damned?
> "mysql.config.pl" does not exist in context of mysql
It exists in the following folder on my Win8 box:
/Program Files (x86)/MySQL/MySQL Server 5.5/bin
Yes, apparently it does exist in context of mysql. At any rate, it didn't work. Is there
another config file in there?
That is a Perl script, meant for, under Windows, configuration _reporting_. One directory
up look for "my.ini". As for its meaning, maybe
<http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.5/en/server-system-variables.html> helps, after
mysqladmin -uroot -p variables > (somepathyoumayuse)
mysql -uroot -p -e"show global variables" > (somepathyoumayuse)
for showing all variables that may be in that file.
For me the commands work also with "-hlocalhost" or "-h127.0.0.1" in the command-line, as
In any case, your original error message, although it is a MySQL error, as Harald said
does not look like something straight from MySQL client ("mysql.exe"), but something
passed through another. What did you enter to get it?
Note this quote:
The error (2003) Can't connect to MySQL server on 'server' (10061) indicates that the
network connection has been refused. You should check that there is a MySQL server
running, that it has network connections enabled, and that the network port you specified
is the one configured on the server.