E.g. if I set "Query cache size in bytes" to 0 (zero) instead of "Default" from the web interface, it gets written something like as
into my.cnf, which is of course invalid and causes mysqld to fail. If this is relevant, note that I've come across this just after I've upgraded to MySQL 5.5 from 5.1. Versions: debian 6.0.3 32bit, Webmin 1.570, Virtualmin 3.88.gpl GPL
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