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Running MySQL with no Internet
Posted by: Matthew Warner ()
Date: August 18, 2009 04:11PM

I have a program that uses MySQL for storing some data, but not enough that it needs to be on a separate machine. Normally this machine is connected to some sort of internet or intranet.

I would like to be able to take this machine OFF of all network connections and still have it work just pointing everything at localhost. When I took this machine off the internet, I was no longer able to connect, either through the Browser tool or command line. I only get 10061 error saying it can't find localhost.

Based on my research this means it can't find a network connection (which makes sense) but is there anyway I can set up MySQL such that if there is no network connections it will still accept all incoming requests through localhost? I also need this to be transparent to the programs that connect given that changing them is not something I will be able to do. I would guess there's some server setting to set in some .ini file but I can't figure out what it is.

I use a Windows machine and i'm running MySQL 5.0.

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Subject Written By Posted
Running MySQL with no Internet Matthew Warner 08/18/2009 04:11PM
Re: Running MySQL with no Internet Peter Brawley 08/18/2009 04:27PM
Re: Running MySQL with no Internet Matthew Warner 08/18/2009 07:06PM
Re: Running MySQL with no Internet Peter Brawley 08/18/2009 07:17PM
Re: Running MySQL with no Internet Matthew Warner 08/19/2009 06:28AM
Re: Running MySQL with no Internet Rick James 08/19/2009 10:33PM


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