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From:<sinisa Date:March 26 2000 11:16am
Subject:Re: mysql.sock problem
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Stephen J. Schilt writes:
 > I have MySQL server mounted on five machines and have never run into 
 > this before. I am trying to put the server up on a sixth machine but 
 > cannot get a decent install. It has to do with a file name 
 > mysql.sock, an suid permitted file that is giving me fits.
 > 
 > The scenario goes like this:
 > 
 > I can use the MySQL client shell without problems. When I install the 
 > server (binary install) the script puts mysql in /var/lib/mysql and 
 > the client likes it just fine. However in trying to install the Perl 
 > stuff Msql-MySQL-modules-1.2209 insists that the file be in /tmp. If 
 > I could clone the file that would solve the problem perhaps but the 
 > computer doesn't allow me to copy or ftp the file. There fore when I 
 > try to run 'make test' the file breaks.
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Hi!

Create /etc/my.cnf file and enter your  socket location below
[client] options header.

Regards,

Sinisa

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mysql.sock problemStephen J. Schilt26 Mar
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