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From:Ed Carp Date:September 6 2001 5:20pm
Subject:re: 'tmp/mysql.sock' (2) error
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> create a .my.cnf in the home directory of the user that will be running
> the clients, and enter a
> [client]
>
> paragraph that defines the socket.

A better solution would be to do it in /etc/my.cnf, so that it will be
system-wide for the database.
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Re: 'tmp/mysql.sock' (2) errorEd Carp6 Sep
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