Changing SQL On Linux Port

Kevin Feasel

2017-03-29

Linux

Slava Murygin shows how to change the port on which a SQL on Linux instance listens, but notes that it introduces an issue:

All these problems are expected. Prior experience shows that changing SQL Server port makes reading Error Log file impossible.

Besides of inability to read error log all other functions work fine.

I’m thinking this bug will get fixed pretty soon.  Read the whole thing.

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