mysql won't start on boot
nospam at illusionart.com
Fri Dec 10 05:31:48 PST 2004
>> Yes, was in my original message but you caught us half-way:
>> # grep mysql /etc/rc.conf
>> I'm using the mysql from ports.
> I'm going from memory here as I'm not in front of my BSD machine but
> isn't it mysqld_enable="YES"?
Not according to the script, but I'll try it anyway:
$ grep enable /usr/local/etc/rc.d/mysql-server.sh
# Add the following line to /etc/rc.conf to enable mysql:
# mysql_enable (bool): Set to "NO" by default.
# Set it to "YES" to enable MySQL.
Nope, still no dice. Changed it back to mysql_enable but it still
won't start up on boot. Anyone have any other ideas of what it could
I tried recompiling mysql_server but still no go. The only error I get
041210 07:33:27 mysqld started
041210 7:33:27 [ERROR] Can't find messagefile
041210 7:33:27 [ERROR] Aborting
041210 07:33:27 mysqld ended
However when I start it directly it starts up just fine.
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