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Old 10-18-2010, 11:48 PM   #1
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Configuring MySQL under chroot Env

Hi Friends,
I had configured MySQL Server (Distrib 5.1.41) on My Ubuntu 10.4 Lucid sever.I had installed mysql through apt-get install.Now every thing including replication is done and working fine.Now i had a requirement to run MySQL in chroot environment.Is it possible to change the the existing env to chroot or do i need to install and configure every thing from scratch..

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