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From:Vivek Khera Date:November 5 1999 5:43pm
Subject:Re: Mysql and FreeeBSD 3.2r
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>>>>> "JAH" == Jeremy A Horland <jhorland@stripped> writes:

JAH> I am trying to get MySql to start as user "mysql" under FreeBSD 3.2 using
JAH> the user "mysql" to own and operate the process.

This is what I use in /etc/rc.local on a BSD/OS system, which is
sufficiently close:

echo -n ' MySQL';       su mysql -c "daemon safe_mysqld"

and I add whatever other MySQL options I want to /etc/my.cnf

The "daemon" program on bsd/os disassociates the process from ttys and
makes it be in its own process group, in case the application doesn't
do it itself.
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Mysql and FreeeBSD 3.2rJeremy A Horland5 Nov
  • Re: Mysql and FreeeBSD 3.2rVivek Khera5 Nov
    • Re: Mysql and FreeeBSD 3.2rJeremy A Horland5 Nov
      • Re: Mysql and FreeeBSD 3.2rVivek Khera5 Nov
      • Re: Mysql and FreeeBSD 3.2rBill Gerrard5 Nov
  • Re: Mysql and FreeeBSD 3.2rsinisa5 Nov
    • Re: Mysql and FreeeBSD 3.2rVivek Khera5 Nov
      • Re: Mysql and FreeeBSD 3.2rBob Kline6 Nov
        • Re: Mysql and FreeeBSD 3.2rJeremy A Horland6 Nov
  • Re: Mysql and FreeeBSD 3.2rRick Moore5 Nov
Re: Mysql and FreeeBSD 3.2rJeremy A Horland6 Nov