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I've read much about using mysqld_safe rather then mysqld. I, myself, have never been able to get the safe version working, but have no problems with the real version. Can ...
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- 07-19-2005 #1
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Can some please tell me the difference between the two, why the safe version should be used, and if there's any major security risks associated with the non-safe verions?
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- 07-19-2005 #2
Sorry, I have had just the opposite problem. I can only get the safe version to run...
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