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Description: Sharing SQL socket Timestamp: 2015-11-24 13:38:05 +0000
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  1. In my setup in FreeBSD 9.3 on zfs I have MySQL, Apache and egroupware setup in separate ezjails - because of my network layout, I feel I'm best off trying to share the MySQL socket instead of a tcp connection (unless I make a loopback interface I guess which I have no clue how to pull off without serious researching).
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  3. question: in order to share the mysql socket, is it acceptable / preferred to use nullfs or is there some magical zfs solution I'm missing?
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  5. I've asked around the FreeBSD forums, Spiceworks, serverfault and even FreeNAS forums to no avail (someone on spiceworks DID say it's not possible because zfs is a single file system, not clustered but he didn't cite alternative examples to solve my problem so I'm not ready to fully drink the koolaid he gave)
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  7. I've been stumped for going on a week so far ... you guys have any suggestions?
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