mysqld_multi missing after mysql50-server install

Ott Köstner OttK at
Wed Nov 26 04:23:08 PST 2008

Valentin Bud wrote:

>  And of course if there are other possibilities to run 2 mysqld
> instances on one server
> please let me know.
There is no limit, how many instances of mysqld you can run. Just
specify different database directories and sockets for each instance.
Something like that:

$ mysqld --datadir=<your sql instance dada dir> --socket=/tmp/<your
socket> ...

There is no need to run mysqld as root (and better not do that). Just
any regular user is OK for mysqld.


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