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From:Daniel da Veiga Date:July 30 2006 2:40am
Subject:Re: FW: mysql performance
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On 7/29/06, Herron, Dan <DHerron@stripped> wrote:
> How would one use the MySQL Administrator to check whether this is set
> or not, and then turn it off/on?

Simply edit the configuration file, you don't sincerely expect to use
GUIs for this.

> Or does one have to completely reinstall MySQL to change the setting?

*lol* no way... Its a simple setting, check your config file, edit it, add:

skip-name-resolve

And its done... Also, if you need to ask this, read the MySQL Manual.

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Daniel da Veiga
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