Did you check your selinux config ??? try to set it to disable and restart.
Venu Madhav Padakanti wrote:
> I have installed Enterprise Linux 5 version with the MySQL Version
> I would like to have my datadir as /data/mysql and have the
> following lines in /etc/my.cnf file
> *I have also* copied /var/lib/mysql to /data/mysql and have set the
> *Problem:* When I start the mysql daemon it returns with a timeout.
> Just replacing '/data/mysql' with the default '/var/lib/mysql' runs fine.
> Any issues on what is wrong or how to fix.
> Thanks in advance
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