> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Jay Paulson" <Jay.Paulson@stripped>
> > To: <mysql@stripped>
> > Sent: Friday, September 08, 2006 9:51 PM
> > Subject: Restarting MySQL on Solaris 8?
> >>A couple questions since I'm not a Solaris person I really don't know how
> >> do the following and was hoping that someone could help me out (Google
> >> isn't
> >> much help on this).
> >> How does one start the MySQL daemon on Solaris 8? (it's running MySQL
> >> 3.23.49)
> >> How does one tell Solaris 8 to start the MySQL daemon on boot?
When you've got the first problem fixed ....
To have MySQL [or any application] restart at boot time, you need to
copying the start script to /etc/rc3.d
Start scripts in the rc3.d dir all start with 'S' followed by a
number, like: S53mysql.
As root, copy the
/usr/local/mysql/support-files/mysql.server script to /etc/rc3.d, and
rename it as say S53mysql.
This should fix the boot problem.
> >> Lastly, tried running /usr/local/bin/safe_mysqld but got the following
> >> error:
> >> <TIMESTAMP> mysqld ended
> >> Thanks for any help!
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