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From: Jesse (jcmsdlg.com)
Date: Thu Jul 17 2008 - 11:06:09 CDT
I have a Ubuntu 8.04 Server VM set up that I'm using for replication for a
WS2003 machine (which is the master).I have used a checksum utility that
someone recommended to check if the tables are in sync, but I don't have a
GUI installed on Ubuntu, so trying to interpret the selected columns that
wrap in the text mysql command prompt is nearly impossible. So, what I'd
like to do is connect to the Ubuntu server from one of my other windows
machines where I do have a GUI, and can get much better output.
So, that being the case, I've made a couple changes to try to get this
First, I've changed the bind-address setting to refer to the ip address of
the machine, not 127.0.0.1.
Second, I've done a "GRANT ALL ON * TO rootANCHORMAN identified by
When I try to connect via the mysql command utility in windows, I'm told
"ERROR 2003 (HY000): Can't connect to MySQL server on '192.168.1.128'
The firewall should be an issue in this case, because I'm connecting
directly to the machine, and not going through a firewall. To my knowledge,
there is not a firewall installed on the Ubuntu server, because I have it
connecting to my server for replication, and that appears to be working
Are there some additional steps I need to take to make this work?
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