MySQL Server Socket Location

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Starting with H-Spehre 2.5.0 Mysql servers have predefined socket location, set in /etc/my.cnf conf file (permissions for /etc/my.conf are changed to "readable for all"), which are:

User's php web applications can locate this socket, because it's set in php.ini file:

User's perl web applications can locate this socket too, because during H-Sphere update, DBD::mysql driver, located in system pathes (/usr/lib/....) is patched by adding the following string to a corresponding perl module:

$dsn .= ";mysql_read_default_file=/etc/my.cnf";

Though if you decide to update DBD::mysql driver or system perl version, execute the following script after the update of DBD::mysql driver or system perl version:

/hsphere/local/config/mysql/scripts/dbd-mysql-config

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