Javier Fontan wrote:

> I am not fixin it, I'm disabling a feature :). By default if
UNIXSockets
> are enabled (defined? UNIXSocket) and the host is localhost or nil
(we
> are connectin a server in the same machine) uses a unix socket that
> seems to be in /tmp/mysql.sock (in my linux installation it is in
> /var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock). What we can do to make it work is to
correct
> the path to this socket or disabling unix sockets for "localhost"
then
> the line could be changed to this:
> 
> if (host == nil) and defined? UNIXSocket
> 
> Only when host is not defined uses unix sockets, or this
> 
> if false
> 
> This way disables any try to use unix sockets

Ok, I understand.  Thanks for your help.




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