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.ssh directory being "recognized" as a database
Posted by: Loren Sorensen
Date: September 18, 2008 10:53AM

I have just upgraded from 5.0.45 to 5.1.28-rc. The server is running x86_64 GNU/Linux. My databases are in /var/lib/mysql, which is also the home directory of the linux user "mysql" who owns the mysql installation.

All of my 5.0.45 mysql servers have a .ssh directory in /var/lib/mysql for a variety of reasons, and this has never been a problem.

Now, with 5.1.28-rc, when I do a "show databases" I see that this .ssh directory is being picked up and "recognized" as a database, "#mysql50#.ssh".

Has anyone else seen this? Is there some configuration parameter I have inadvertantly missed?

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