Re: MySQL Won't Bind to TCP Port 3306?
Dans un message du 12 jun à 11:11, Eric Pretorious écrivait :
> I've installed mysql-server, mysql-client, and a few other mysql-related
> packages. Everything's swell but I've got one question: Why won't mysql
> bind to port 3306? I've checked /etc/mysql/my.cnf, /var/log/mysql.log, and
> /var/log/mysql/mysql.err but can't find the root-cause.
Taken from /usr/share/doc/mysql-server/README.Debian :
For security reasons, the Debian package has enabled the skip-networking
option in /etc/mysql/my.cnf. Comment it out and restart the server to
enable connections on tcp port 3306. Check with "netstat -tlnp" if it's
Taken from /etc/mysql/my.cnf :
# The skip-networkin option will no longer be set via debconf menu. You
# have to manually change it if you want networking i.e. the server
# listening on port 3306. The default is "disable" - for security
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