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From:Paul DuBois Date:July 14 2001 4:46pm
Subject:Re: MySQL Variables
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At 11:32 AM -0500 7/14/01, Mike<mickalo>Blezien wrote:
>when you do a mysqladmin variables, where exactly are these variables stored,
>and can they be changed.

They can be changed by placing set-variable= var_name=var_value lines
in the [mysqld] group of the /etc/my.cnf option file (or any other option
file that the server reads at startup time).

>  Also if a /etc/my.cnf is going to be used, once it's
>been created does the MySQL server need to be shutdown and restarted to
>recognize the new my.cnf file??

Yes.

>
>Again, Thx for the help :)
>
>Mike(mickalo)Blezien
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