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How to Install MYSQL that comes with SLES 10 on a SAN mount point instead
Posted by: Christopher Ng ()
Date: August 10, 2009 11:34AM

Hello there,

I have Novell SuSE Linux Enterprise 10 and I would like to know the best and safest approach to installing the MySQL which comes with the package on to a separate mount point on our SAN.

What are the detailed steps?

Do I:

1. First, just install it as is (default)

2. stop mysql

3. create a mount point on the SAN

4. copy what is on /var/lib/mysql to the SAN mount point I just created

5. define/configure the permissions

6. makes changes in my.cnf to point to the SAN mount point (including the log and tmp location)

7. make an entry in /etc/fstab to the new mount point

8. and finally, restart MySQL?

is this it in a nutshell?

What happens when i create a new database? it should go to the new mount point, correct?

Thanks

Chris

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How to Install MYSQL that comes with SLES 10 on a SAN mount point instead Christopher Ng 08/10/2009 11:34AM
Re: How to Install MYSQL that comes with SLES 10 on a SAN mount point instead Rick James 08/12/2009 08:38PM
Re: How to Install MYSQL that comes with SLES 10 on a SAN mount point instead Christopher Liong 08/12/2009 09:40PM
Re: How to Install MYSQL that comes with SLES 10 on a SAN mount point instead Rick James 08/13/2009 12:09AM
Re: How to Install MYSQL that comes with SLES 10 on a SAN mount point instead Christopher Liong 09/11/2009 01:06PM
Re: How to Install MYSQL that comes with SLES 10 on a SAN mount point instead Rick James 09/11/2009 06:31PM


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