Am 2004-08-16 19:11:50, schrieb James Hatridge:
> Hi Dani et al..
> The guys at MySQL turned this off for security reasons. :( They and SuSE say 
> that you can turn it back on, but I've never been able to get it to work. 
> There are two ways to handle this, first you have to use "LOAD DATA INFILE". 
> The file then needs to be either in /tmp and readable by everyone (this is 
> best). Or the way I do it is put in the same dir where the database is, 
> ie /var/lib/mysql/databaseXXX. The problem with this is that you have to 
> change the premissions. Which is not a good idea on an internet machine. 
> Hope this helps,

What about:

In MySQL 4.0.x LOCAL will only work if MySQL 
server was started with --local-infile=1.




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