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From:Dobromir Velev Date:September 1 2004 9:18am
Subject:Re: Mysql and errno 13 on RedHat
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HI again,
This multiple mysql proccesses are nothing to worry about - these are the 
threads that mysql opens to accept incoming connections. You can configure 
the maximum number of connections and the mysql memory usage in the 
/etc/my.cnf file.

On Wednesday 01 September 2004 02:14, Yannick Warnier wrote:
> Le mar 31/08/2004 à 16:21, Dobromir Velev a écrit :
> > Hi,
> > Make sure that the mysql user have permissions to write into the folder
> > /var/lib/mysql (or whatever your data folder is) .
>
> Thanks Eric and Dobromir. This was a problem of permissions on
> /var/lib/mysql indeed. Although it did not work immediatly after a
> change, I saw (how awful) that the mysql version was a 3.23 or something
> and replaced by the recommended version 4.
>
> Now it all works perfectly (although mysqld is now divided in ten
> different processes, but I don't know why and I don't mind as long as it
> works).
>
> Thanks,
> Yannick

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Dobromir Velev
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Mysql and errno 13 on RedHatYannick Warnier31 Aug
  • Re: Mysql and errno 13 on RedHatEric Bergen31 Aug
  • Re: Mysql and errno 13 on RedHatDobromir Velev31 Aug
    • Re: Mysql and errno 13 on RedHatYannick Warnier1 Sep
      • Re: Mysql and errno 13 on RedHatDobromir Velev1 Sep