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From:Reindl Harald Date:June 6 2013 5:36pm
Subject:Re: Stopping mysql does not always stop it?
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Am 06.06.2013 16:01, schrieb hsv@stripped:
>>>>> 2013/06/06 09:28 -0400, Mike Franon >>>>
> Long story short, 50% of the time the command /etc/init.d/mysqld stop  will
> fail 
> <<<<<<<<
> Don't see why it anywhen succeeds. My version of "mysqld" doesn't know "stop"

/etc/init.d/mysqld has *nothing* to do with the mysqld-binary
RTFM what init-scripts are

> As for "mysqladmin", it knows "stop", but, since that means "stop-slave"
> I doubt you want that

no "stop" means nothing and "stop-slave" means "stop-slave"

> Maybe you want "mysqladmin ... shutdown"

that is right

> Better first to read up

yes, google exists
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11091414/how-to-stop-mysqld


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Stopping mysql does not always stop it?Mike Franon6 Jun
  • Re: Stopping mysql does not always stop it?Manuel Arostegui6 Jun
    • Re: Stopping mysql does not always stop it?Reindl Harald6 Jun
      • Re: Stopping mysql does not always stop it?Manuel Arostegui6 Jun
  • Re: Stopping mysql does not always stop it?hsv6 Jun
    • Re: Stopping mysql does not always stop it?Reindl Harald6 Jun