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auth_mysql_module // mysql_auth_module

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2011-12-08
2013-04-23
  • Hi !

    Maybe this question is stupid…  I don't understand the difference between the two module
    It looks the same but there are different

    On a server i'm using the auth_mysql_module (default apt-get in debian lenny)
    I would like to update and compile this one mysql_auth_module and surprise, the command in .htaccess are not the same :(

    i'm talking about :

    AuthMySQLEnable On
    AuthMySQLHost localhost
    AuthMySQLPort <default port in MySQL>
    AuthMySQLSocket <default socket in MySQL>
    AuthMySQLUser <no default - NULL>
    AuthMySQLPassword <no default - NULL>
    AuthMySQLDB test
    AuthMySQLUserTable user_info
    AuthMySQLUserCondition <no default>
    AuthMySQLNameField user_name
    AuthMySQLPasswordField user_passwd
    AuthMySQLNoPasswd Off
    AuthMySQLPwEncryption crypt
    AuthMySQLSaltField <>
    AuthMySQLGroupTable <defaults to value of AuthMySQLUserTable>
    AuthMySQLGroupCondition <no default>
    AuthMySQLGroupField <no default>
    AuthMySQLKeepAlive Off
    AuthMySQLAuthoritative On
    AuthMySQLCharacterSet <no default>

    So my question is why and how can i migrate a production server (hosting) for the old module to the new..

    Thanks for your help

    Benoit