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Database on a second server


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Dennis,

The fact that mariadb/mysql is installed as a "requirement" when installing froxlor is a long standing error in the package build and does not mean you cannot use a remote mysql server.

Just make sure and at least disable the local mysql server after installing froxlor. We actually rebuild the debian package in-house correctly to reflect Debian package protocols and ensure that when we update our servers we have no unwanted issues.

Chuck

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it might be worth thinking about putting the mysql/mariadb server in another section so it does not get pulled - but then again 99,9% of the users will struggle and ask "why don't you require that?" - not that easy

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