Eugene van den Hurk wrote:
>> Have a little bit more info. on this problem, which I should have
> included in my initial post...
>> The difference between versions of mysql on both servers are not that
> 3.23.58 - new server
> 3.23.52 - old server
> I got the status information when I logged into mysql on both servers,
> and it showed that they are both using the same character sets.
> Client characterset: latin1
> Server characterset: latin1
Sorry for the delay. I was sick yesterday.
Right you also mention that you read the mysql data using php and
apache. With apache 2 the default charset was set to utf-8 so maybe
this is your problem? There are loads of details here:
In summary edit /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf and change the
AddDefaultCharset parameter appropriately.
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