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Configure MySQL with a custom port on Jump Server

What setting needs to be changed in the Ezeelogin jump server configuration file if MySQL is listening on a different port?

Synopsis: The following article will describe how you modify the Ezeelogin jump server configuration to accommodate MySQL running on a custom port. It outlines the specific settings that need adjustment to ensure seamless database connectivity.

Step 1: Edit the ez.conf file ("/usr/local/etc/ezlogin/ez.conf "), change the variable db_port, and set the port number.

root@lp02:~# nano /usr/local/etc/ezlogin/ez.conf

Also, if needed you may make changes to the db_host value from localhost to the IP address.

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