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From:Paul DuBois Date:July 18 1999 4:32pm
Subject:Re: freebsd 3.2-stable and mysql 3.22.24 port
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At 9:11 AM -0500 7/18/99, Matt wrote:
>I've installed the mysql port on a freeBSD 3.2-stable box... It now crashes
>with:
>
>ERROR 2002: Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket
>'/tmp/mysql.sock' (2)
>
>The socket isn't even being created (/tmp/ is empty).
>
>The server has been deinstalled, recompiled, reinstalled, etc.  Just for
>paranoia. It has been tested, running as root, and the problem still occurs.
>I do have a process running  for the server and I can telnet to the server
>and get the version number.
>
>I'm a newbie to the unix world so please be gentle if this problem has an
>easy fix that I should have been able to figure out :) --Thanks

Try connecting with "mysql -h your.host.name" and see if that works.


Did you compile with MIT-pthreads or did you configure with the
--with-named-thread-libs=-lc_r option?

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Paul DuBois, paul@stripped
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