On Wednesday, March 30, 2005 23:26, Mark Sargent wrote:
> Hi All,
> below is my /etc/init.d/mysql content, but, mysql is not starting at
> boot on Fedora3. Have I missed something fundamental.? I need mysql to
> start at boot for snort to connect to it. Currently, snort gives an
> error stating it can't connect. Cheers.
> Mark Sargent.
I assume you are able to start it after boot using 'service mysql start'.
chkconfig --list mysql
This should show a list of runlevels with on and off. If not run:
chkconfig --add mysql
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