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  • DBD::mysql::st execute failed

    I am using orthomcl... and currently encountering a error at step 9 (orthomclLoadBlast)... the error says 'DBD::mysql::st execute failed: The used command is not allowed with this MySQL version at orthomclLoadBlast line 39, <F> line 14.'

    The orthomcl manual suggests to reinstall Mysql as it was configured without the load local infile tag.... I did that well a several times but when i reinstall the server does not start... i m using ubuntu 12.04... and only when i install the mysql package that comes with ubuntu i m able to start the server but it is by default not configured with Load Local infile option... what should I do ???

    I also tried using the mysql import command to directly import the files into the table but then i get an error saying 'mysqlimport: Error: 13, File '/var/lib/mysql/SimilarSequences.txt' not found (Errcode: 13), when using table: SimilarSequences'.... although when the file is persent at its printed path

    Can anybody please help me... ??????

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    Hi, I am facing the same error and still not able to solve it. Have you already fixed this error?

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