Re: hostname not set correctly on MySQL 5.6 on Korean Windows
Posted by: Jennifer Roos
Date: March 06, 2015 04:06PM

I'm not sure how to tell what localhost is encoded in

.It appears the console window that I'm checking the hostname from at the mysql prompt is using NLS code page 949 (ANSI/OEM Korean)
Unfortunately we need to retrieve the hostname from a remote jdbc connection which is how we discovered this issue. Lucinda Console was already selected as the font.

Interestingly enough, I found a post with something you can set on the client connection (set names 'utf8mb4'), and when I do that and a select @@hostname, I see a question mark, two Korean characters that don't match my hostname, and two more question marks...

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