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  2. MDEV-9474

group_concat_max_len not being read from /etc/my.cnf

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      It seems to me that group_concat_max_len is not being read from /etc/my.cnf.

      I have this in /etc/my.cnf, in the [mysqld] section: "group_concat_max_len = 65536". But when the server re-starts, it goes back to the default of 1k (too small!). Copying and pasting that same string into mysql (prepended with SET GLOBAL) does work.

      Upon stopping and re-starting the server, nothing shows up in the log to indicate that /etc/my.cnf may have not been read all the way through.

      I looked around the website, but could see no documentation for which system variables are honoured in /etc/my.cnf, and I didn't see any way to set this via mysqld arguments, so I have to wait until someone tells me a web page look weird before going in through mysql to fix it!

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                Bytesmiths Jan Steinman
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