Steve Bertrand wrote:
Hi! I need two MySQL servers run simultaneously. But when I try to run
server I have
....and then, I believe if you add this to your /etc/my.cnf file:
...after thinking about it, this would likely cause both daemons to use
the new socket file.
Perhaps a better approach would be to start mysqld with the
--socket=/tmp/mysql.sock2 argument, leaving /etc/my.cnf as is.
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