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  1. Hi, I've just updated my local development copy of Uniform Server from an outdated Coral release to the new Zero XI 11.1.7 and am enjoying the more modular layout. I've had no trouble getting PHP (5.3 -> 5.6) and Apache configured for my needs, but I don't seem to be able to swap the MySQL data directory on either 5.5 or 5.6? It just ignores my datadir directive in the my.ini file (using the default data directory works fine). It does take note of other commands such as moving the log files, but if the error log is loaded from the control panel (MySQL -> Error Log) it always loads the log from the default data directory and not the one I have specified. If this data directory is moved or deleted (with the added directives) nothing works at all. This was not an issue on the old Coral versions (think I was on 8.91). Ultimately I want to make this install portable (on a USB3 key) for testing so I can just change a couple of lines in the config files and have it working on any machine, so being able to change this directory is pretty important for me. Is this a known limitation or has the command name changed? If anyone can shed some light on this situation it would be appreciated! Thanks in advance, Paul P.S. As a feature request it would be great to have several versions of MySQL / MariaDB be hot-swappable like with the PHP versions...
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