Re: command is not allowed with this MySQL version
- Date: Thu, 11 Dec 2014 21:13:31 -0500
- From: hsv@xxxxxxxx
- Subject: Re: command is not allowed with this MySQL version
>>>> 2014/12/12 02:10 +0100, Christophe >>>>
When the app tries to do this, it raises an error :
'The used command is not allowed with this MySQL version'
The used MySQL version is 5.5.40 from Debian Wheezy package.
I found that some parameters or variables (local_infile for instance) can be used to get rid of this error, but can't really find the right configuration.
Well, yes, if local_infile is 0 or FALSE then 'LOCAL' is forbidden. If 'LOCAL' is not used then the MySQL user needs privilege 'FILE' to read from the server s own disk.
What else have you tryed, with what outcome? because the statement as it stands is good MySQL.
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