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From:Paul DuBois Date:July 21 2000 4:21pm
Subject:Re: mysql server couldn't start automatically?
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At 10:51 AM -0400 2000-07-21, Erich L. Markert wrote:
>it also needs to be in rc.d/rc.3 and also rc.6

Easier:
After copying mysql.server to /etc/rc.d/init.d and chmod'ing to 755,
use "chkconfig --add mysql.server" to add the script to the proper rc.X
directories.


>
>Wee Chua wrote:
>>
>>  Hi all,
>>  I installed binary rpm for Mysql-3.22.32. Why MySql server couldn't start
>>  automatically when the computer boot up? I have to tried to do this
>>  'safe_mysqld user=root' each time when I log in? And the mysql is in the
>>  folder /etc/rc.d/init.d. Could anyone tell me how solve the problem in order
>>  to let mysql server start on all the time? Thanks.


It should be --user=root, not user=root.

>  >
>  > Calvin


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mysql server couldn't start automatically?Wee Chua21 Jul
  • Re: mysql server couldn't start automatically?Erich L. Markert21 Jul
    • Re: mysql server couldn't start automatically?Paul DuBois21 Jul
  • Re: mysql server couldn't start automatically?Gerald Clark21 Jul