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how to assign for mysql database port 3309 in solaris 10

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Hello,

how to assign/ open/ define for mysql database port 3309 in solaris 10.
this needs to be done before beginning the install of the vendor application.

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all that you need to have is port 3309 available, then it will be auto-created once the installation is completed.
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