Re: hostname not set correctly on MySQL 5.6 on Korean Windows
Posted by: Jennifer Roos
Date: March 13, 2015 12:58PM

That is the correct hostname, and that is what I get if I do SELECT CONVERT(CONVERT(UNHEX('C7D1B1B9BEEE') USING euckr) USING utf8);

So I have udpated my config file so that here is the output of checking the character set and collation parameters:

character_set_client utf8
character_set_connection utf8
character_set_database utf8
character_set_filesystem binary
character_set_results utf8
character_set_server utf8
character_set_system utf8
character_set_dir (this is the correct dir)

collation_connection utf8_general_ci
collation_database utf8_general_ci
collation_server utf8_general_ci

In a mysql prompt showing these values, I still see C7D1B1B9BEEE when I do select hex(@@hostname), though...

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