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From: Zbigniew Szalbot (zszalbotgmail.com)
Date: Wed Oct 08 2008 - 04:14:40 CDT
2008/10/8 Uma Bhat <bhat.umagmail.com>:
> To check the current my.cnf file which is being used by the server, use
> $ ps -ef | grep mysql
> You should be able to see the my.cnf path used (usually specified in
> --defaults-file="/path to my.cnf")
Yes, it was referring to the correct location so seems like a bug of some sort.
I found a mention here about a cronjob which I implemented and I am
happy with it. Thanks!
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