I use Mamp Pro 3. I upgraded Mamp's MySql to 5.6.24 using this script https://gist.github.com/tobi-pb/b9426db51f262d88515c.
After that I ran the Mamp Pro and MySql cannot be started. So I looked the mysql_error.log and found the following error:
2015-06-15 01:24:55 13139 [ERROR] /Applications/MAMP/Library/bin/mysqld: unknown variable 'table_cache=64' 2015-06-15 01:24:55 13139 [ERROR] Aborting
After I google about this error, I get to know that I have to delete 'table_cache=64' variable from
my.cnf (MySql Configuration) file. So I deleted this variable from
But the problem is that the same error still occurs when I start the MySql again. So I looked at the
my.cnf file, 'table_cache=64' re-appears automatically again. I deleted it again but it automatically appeared again when I start the MySql.
How should I solve this 'table_cache=64' problem?