If I could install to c: and put my data on e: I would be a happy man! Does anyone know
how to do this? I have not seen reference
to this in the documentation.
From: Kent Johnson [mailto:kent@stripped]
Sent: Tuesday, March 16, 1999 9:15 PM
Subject: RE: DB Snag
That does suck -- can you not install to c: and then move to e: ? Or can you have the
executables on c: and just put the data
on e: ?
From: Brandon Shuey [mailto:brandon@stripped]
Sent: Tuesday, March 16, 1999 9:12 PM
To: Kent Johnson
Subject: DB Snag
I have a snag. The install for the mysql does not give you an option to install
on a drive. It just puts itself on the c:\
drive. I originally set up my E drive to be the beast. I guess I'm going to have to
re-format my machine in order to get this
thing to work. THAT SUCKS!
I have an email a mail list and I'm going to check the bookstore for that book
before I do this becuase there could be some
bad consequences of attempting to backup - re-partion and restore. I don't even want to
think about it.
|• RE: DB Snag||(Brandon Shuey)||17 Mar|
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