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Re: mysqldump -> Unknown suffix '/'
Posted by: Shane Allen
Date: August 30, 2005 11:23AM

I think the problem with the debian build (I'm understanding that that is what most of the respondents of this thread are running) has to do with the options they are trying to set.

In /etc/my.cnf or /etc/mysql/my.cnf, under the [client] header:
remove port and socket

In /etc/mysql/debian.cnf, under the [client] header:
remove host

The edits to debian.cnf should leave only a username and password. The edits to my.cnf should leave most of the file intact. I'd suggest not deleting the entire my.cnf as suggested above -- the compiled in defaults for mysql are not ideal for very many people. You can get better performance if you start with the debian default my.cnf and tweak it a little.

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