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Re: Two MySQL Servers same network different versions
Posted by: Peter Brawley
Date: September 29, 2018 07:01AM

Unsupported parameter ';protocol when attempting to start the server.

;protocol is a syntax error. The comment char for mysql config files is #, not ;. Look for ";protocol" in my.ini and correct it.

> Running two MySQL servers on the same network but on different machines.

No problem, eg there are six different MySQL versions on the network I'm using just now. Each machine on a network can have one MySQL instance using 3306.

> Should it be bound ONLY to the specific IP of the machine?

Should what be bound? Are you referring to bind-address? Set it only if you wish to restrict logins to one "bound" IP address.

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