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From:Victor Pendleton Date:June 24 2003 6:59pm
Subject:RE: mysql.sock doesn't exist
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Stop the process you currently have or start up the server on a port other
than 3306.

-----Original Message-----
From: Kevin H. Phillips [mailto:kh-phillips@stripped]
Sent: Tuesday, June 24, 2003 1:46 PM
Cc: mysql@stripped
Subject: Re: mysql.sock doesn't exist


The output of the grep is:

[root@mail root]# ps -ax | grep mysqld
  4578 ?        S      0:00 /bin/sh /usr/bin/mysqld_safe 
--defaults-file=/etc/my.cnf
  4601 ?        S      0:01 /usr/libexec/mysqld 
--defaults-file=/etc/my.cnf --basedir=/usr --datadir=/var/lib/mysql 
--user=mysql --pid-file=/var/lib/mysql/mail.9-5usa.org.pid --skip-locking
10785 pts/0    S      0:00 grep mysqld


The /var/log/boot.log files shows this for the last few entries:

un 24 13:27:15 mail mysqld: Stopping MySQL:  failed
Jun 24 13:27:15 mail mysqld: Starting MySQL:  succeeded
Jun 24 13:31:30 mail mysqld: Stopping MySQL:  failed
Jun 24 13:31:30 mail mysqld: Starting MySQL:  succeeded


The /var/log/mysqld.log files shows this (it hasn't registered anything 
since yesterday so maybe it isn't logging???):

030623 11:16:53  mysqld ended

030623 11:17:06  mysqld started
030623 11:17:06  Can't start server: Bind on TCP/IP port: Address 
already in use
030623 11:17:06  Do you already have another mysqld server running on 
port: 3306 ?
030623 11:17:06  Aborting

030623 11:17:06  /usr/libexec/mysqld: Shutdown Complete

030623 11:17:06  mysqld ended


It seems I'm locked out of doing anything at all with it.

Kevin



John Nichel wrote:
> If you get a failed when the script is stopping the server, it's more 
> than likely that the server is dying right after it's started.  When you 
> think it's running do a....
> 
> ps -ax | grep mysqld
> 
> If that doesn't return anything (or it only returns the grep), then the 
> server isn't running.  Check your logs to see why it's dying.
> 
> 


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mysql.sock doesn't existKevin H. Phillips24 Jun
RE: mysql.sock doesn't existVictor Pendleton24 Jun
  • Re: mysql.sock doesn't existKevin H. Phillips24 Jun
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    • RE: mysql.sock doesn't existBrian Austin24 Jun
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      • Re: mysql.sock doesn't existKevin H. Phillips24 Jun
  • Re: mysql.sock doesn't existJohn Nichel25 Jun
    • Re: mysql.sock doesn't existKevin H. Phillips25 Jun
  • Re: mysql.sock doesn't existJohn Nichel25 Jun
    • Re: mysql.sock doesn't existKevin H. Phillips26 Jun
    • Re: mysql.sock doesn't existKevin H. Phillips26 Jun
      • Re: mysql.sock doesn't existSean Macmillan26 Jun
        • Re: mysql.sock doesn't existJoel Rees27 Jun
      • Re: mysql.sock doesn't existJoel Rees27 Jun
  • Re: mysql.sock doesn't existJohn Nichel27 Jun
    • RE: mysql.sock doesn't existBrian Austin27 Jun
      • Re: mysql.sock doesn't existSean Macmillan27 Jun
        • Re: mysql.sock doesn't existKevin H. Phillips27 Jun
RE: mysql.sock doesn't existVictor Pendleton24 Jun
RE: mysql.sock doesn't existVictor Pendleton24 Jun