mysql41-server/mysql40-server not starting?
admin at bsdhelp.net
Fri Jan 14 09:24:16 PST 2005
I would have to concur with frank.
Make sure that you have the following line added to your /etc/rc.conf file
mysql_enable = "YES"
also make sure that if you are attempting to start it manually though the
rc.d, then just double check that you are indeed SU. Otherwise just reboot.
If you still don't get it to start, please send us the appropriate lines of
From: owner-freebsd-ports at freebsd.org
[mailto:owner-freebsd-ports at freebsd.org] On Behalf Of Frank J. Laszlo
Sent: Thursday, January 13, 2005 8:34 PM
To: Brian Bailey
Cc: freebsd-ports; Brian Szymanski
Subject: Re: mysql41-server/mysql40-server not starting?
Did you add the rcvar to your rc.conf?
Brian Bailey wrote:
>Quoting Brian Szymanski <ski at indymedia.org>:
>>I'm having trouble installing mysql4?-server on my 5.3 box.
>>I've tried both 4.0 and 4.1, same results.
>Your error file should be /var/db/mysql/ozelmo.wuhjuhbuh.afraid.org.err
>Probable cause is bad permissions on the database.
>If you are still having problems, try running mysql(not mysql_safe) -T.
>I've had problems similar to this, although mine was from trying to start
>defective using defective databases. If I remember right running mysql was
>I found the problem.
>>The port compiles and installs fine, but then I cannot start mysql:
>># /usr/local/etc/rc.d/mysql-server.sh start
>># ps auxww | grep sql
>>root 39450 0.0 0.2 1556 812 p2 S+ 9:16PM 0:00.00 grep
>>Where'd it go? Let's try invoking mysqld_safe by hand:
>>Starting mysqld daemon with databases from /var/db/mysql
>>STOPPING server from pid file
>>050113 21:16:51 mysqld ended
>>Not sure where to look for logs indicating the problem and the mysql.com
>>doc pages have nothing relevant. Man page doesn't have anything about a
>>invoking the daemon in the foreground or with different verbosity options.
>>Erm. Anyone seen this before? Help?
>>ski at indymedia.org
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