Even better: safe_mysqld > /dev/null &, because if it will produce some
output, it will be stoped (due to tty output)
Vladas Lapinskas, mailto:lapinskas@stripped
On Mon, 24 May 1999, Fraser MacKenzie wrote:
> safe_mysqld & <-----note the ampersand. In order to start a process in
> the background, you must put an ampersand (&) after
> the process that you start.
> On Mon, 24 May 1999, Thomas Froehlich wrote:
> > Hi,
> > last night I installed MySQL successfully ;-)) But there is one problem: I
> > start the MySQL-deamon with the safe_mysql-script. After do this, I have no
> > longer a Linux prompt. To work further, I must open a new tty or - under
> > KDE - a new terminal window. It seems, that the script don't comes to an
> > correct end (exit?).
> > But the deamon qorks correctly. After starting the script I get the message
> > "starting mysql deamon with databases from /var/lib/mysql/", the ps -xa -
> > command shows 3 times the entry
> > "/usr/sbin/mysqld --basedir=/ --datadir=/var/lib/mysql --skip", the command
> > mysqladmin version shows "Ver.7.11 Distrib 3.22.22 for pc-linux-gnu on
> > i686...", and the msql-client is connecting without problems to the server.
> > I sucessfully imported a MS-Access-DB into MySQL.
> > The MySQLd runs on an Pentium 133/64MB with Linux-Kernel 2.0.36 i586.
> > Where is the prompt ;-/
> > Thanks to all for help.
> > Thomas