On 17-02-2013 20:03, Dan Lewis wrote:
On 02/17/2013 01:19 PM, Luuk wrote:
On 16-02-2013 23:44, Dan Lewis wrote:
I can connect to the MySQL server (5.5) on the same computer
using localhost. But how do I connect to a MySQL server on another
computer on the same network? I can not find it in the MySQL manual, or
I don't know where to look in it.
I use MySQL Workbench for administrative purposes.
Here is the link to the manual:
Thanks for the link, but I already have it in ePUB format. My
problem is trying to determine what the manual means. It is very verbose!
It might be....
'skip-networking' in your config (read:my.cnf) means that MySQL will not
listen to any network interface. Yuou will still be able to connect to
localhost, because its something 'sepecial'
"The public releases of the MySQL database differentiate between
localhost and 127.0.0.1. When using localhost from a client program, say
a PHP application, then MySQL connects to the database using a Unix
domain socket rather than making a direct TCP connection. To
ensure a TCP connection to the database in IPv4 then use 127.0.0.1."
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