Question about Sun MySQL
I'm not a MySQL wiz, but i played around a bit, and found this.
This is SELinux blocking access to the socket. The easiest way to get around it is to:
1. run system-config-securitylevel (either from a bash prompt or the menus)
2. Select the SELinux Tab.
3. Click the Transition twistie.
4. Select Disable SELinux protection for httpd daemon
5. Click OK
6. Reboot your computer (I know, nobody likes to reboot, but when changing SELinux it seems to be a necessity.)
Good luck, let me know how it went.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
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