Hello Scott,

I'm not to this & would never try it on my own. This is from the IBM
manual 'sg247398 - Discovering MySQL on
i5' page 43.

Note: In order to make your work easier, we recommend that you change your
profile to your home directory by using the following command:
CHGPRF HOMEDIR(?/usr/local/mysql/bin?)
You must sign off and then sign on again for the change to take effect. By
using this
command, every time you start the i5/OS PASE environment by using CALL
QP2TERM, you always be in the /usr/local/mysql/bin folder, which will be
easier to
invoke the MySQL commands.


Scott Klement

Scott Klement <web400@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Web Enabling the AS400 / iSeries <web400@xxxxxxxxxxxx>


05/27/2010 10:23 PM

Re: [WEB400] phpMyAdmin on Zend Server for i ver 5

Changing your home directory to /usr/local/mysql/bin is a really bad
idea. Now any software (mostly Unix stuff) that tries to use your home
directory is going to store it in /usr/local/mysql/bin.

Why would you do this? What possible advantage can it have for you?!

On 5/27/2010 10:02 AM, ewart.desouza@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

CHGPRF HOMEDIR('/usr/local/mysql/bin')

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