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Re: moving default location of /etc/my.cnf
Posted by: Mike Schroll
Date: October 26, 2004 12:24PM

This was seemingly removed in mysqld 4.1.6-gamma (though not removed from mysqld_safe's man page) Is there now a new alternative solution for specifying server options which have no command line switches? We run multiple instances of mysql Also and require setting specific memory usage amounts for each instance of mysql.

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