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From:Gelu Gogancea Date:October 21 2002 7:57pm
Subject:Re: safe_mysqld fails. Can't read .err log
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Go to in the /etc/init.d and just type :
"mysqld start"
It should be no problem to open the err.log file.

more err.log



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From: "melissa allman " <melrse@stripped>
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Sent: Monday, October 21, 2002 7:41 PM
Subject: safe_mysqld fails. Can't read .err log

> Hi,
> I am having a problem with Mysql starting. It has been fine for 2 years.
> I am invoking safe_mysqld - This is issuing the start of the databases in
the appropriate directory but I then receive the message that the mysql
daemone ends.
> I have tried to read the .err log which exists in the database directory
but am unable to read it.
> Is there a trick to opening the error log .err file.
> Appreciate help. yes i do.
> Thanks,
> Melissa
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safe_mysqld fails. Can't read .err logmelissa allman 21 Oct
  • Re: safe_mysqld fails. Can't read .err logGelu Gogancea21 Oct