mysql-client-5.5.10 fails to install properly, breaking all dependant ports

Patrick Powell papowell at astart.com
Sun Mar 20 21:16:20 UTC 2011


On 03/20/11 13:20, Steven Hartland wrote:
>
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Patrick Powell" <papowell at astart.com>
>> Try running mysql_update and mysql_install_db.  The last version of 
>> these died with error messages indicating they could not find 
>> executables.   The problem appeared to be that the scripts were 
>> generated with either null paths for the executable directories or 
>> the path was ./xxxx (./data was one).   I suspect that the original 
>> script values did not
>> have entries for the paths.
>
> I just updated here and no problems with mysql_upgrade there is
> no mysql_update, I assume that was just a typo?
>
>    Regards
>    Steve
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My bad.  That was mysql_upgrade.  Sorry for the confusion.  How about 
mysql_install_db?

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