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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by SQL4u, Jun 4, 2004.

  1. SQL4u

    SQL4u Registered

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    Does this cover MySQL or only FTP and Apache??
     
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    The MySQL server does not use any bandwidth. It responds to local requests and Apache (with the help of PHP or Perl) then serves the pages.

    If you are allowing remote connections to MySQL, it will be a different story though . . .
     
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    how to enable a local mysql server bandwith ?
     
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