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From:Kelly W [PCS] Black Date:November 1 2002 5:22pm
Subject:RE: Still not getting a mysql prompt
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Okay killall -HUP then

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark [mailto:admin@stripped]
Sent: Thursday, October 31, 2002 6:45 PM
To: Black, Kelly W [PCS]; 'CM Miller'; mysql@stripped
Subject: Re: Still not getting a mysql prompt


----- Original Message -----
From: "Black, Kelly W [PCS]" <kblack05@stripped>
To: "'CM Miller'" <cmmiller1973@stripped>; <mysql@stripped>
Sent: Friday, November 01, 2002 3:16 AM
Subject: RE: Still not getting a mysql prompt


> In order to perform these tasks you may need to stop the
> mysqld daemon with
>
> killall -9 mysqld
>
> (may need to enter it a couple of times it tends to try to restart.


Never kill mysqld with -9; you may lose data that way. Kill it regularly;
like this:

    kill -TERM `cat /var/run/mysqld.pid`

(Or wherever your pid resides). Actually, no UNIX process should ever be
killed with -9, unless it became totally stuck. Always allow a graceful
closure.

- Mark

        System Administrator Asarian-host.org
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Still not getting a mysql promptCM Miller1 Nov
  • RE: Still not getting a mysql promptDaevid Vincent1 Nov
RE: Still not getting a mysql promptKelly W [PCS] Black1 Nov
  • RE: Still not getting a mysql promptJennifer Goodie1 Nov
  • Re: Still not getting a mysql promptMark1 Nov
RE: Still not getting a mysql promptKelly W [PCS] Black1 Nov