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From:Paul DuBois Date:October 2 1999 1:21pm
Subject:Re: How to start mysql server when system reboot?
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At 8:09 AM -0500 10/2/99, Zhou Senqiang wrote:
>Hi,
>    I installed  mysql  Ver 9.32 Distrib 3.22.21, for pc-linux-gnu (i686) on
>Linux 2.2.5.  Every time I reboot system I found the mysql has not been
>started. But in the directory /etc/rc.d,  the file "mysql" exists.   How to
>solve it?   Thanks a lot.  Followed is the content of the file "mysql":

Make sure there is a link to that file in the appropriate runlevel
directory.  If you have the chkconfig program, that may help you get
things set up, otherwise you'll need to create the links manually.

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Paul DuBois, paul@stripped
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How to start mysql server when system reboot?Zhou Senqiang2 Oct
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