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From:Gerald Clark Date:September 21 2001 12:58pm
Subject:Re: Problems starting
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You must also be sure the mysql user has read, write, and execute
permissions in the nfs mounted directories.

Patrick Drouin wrote:

> Hello everyone,
> 
>  I have been running mysql for a little while now and my filesystem seems to
> get a little tight. I decided to setup a file server that would provide one
> of its disk to act as the mysql data drive.
> 
>  Anyhow, the operation seemed to be quite simple:
> 
>  1. Mount the new partition using nfs to /new
>  2. Copy the current mysql data to the new mount (cp -a /old /new)
>  3. Umount /old
>  4. Mount /new where /old what mounted
>  5. Restart mysql
> 
>  Well the problems appears when I try to restart the DB. In fact, mysql does
> not output any error message to the log files and that's what puzzles me.
> Here's the output:
> 
> mysqld started on  Thu Sep 20 22:36:47 EDT 2001
> mysqld ended on  Thu Sep 20 22:36:47 EDT 2001
> 
>  Here's what I'm using: mysqld  Ver 3.22.27 for unknown-linux-gnu on armv4l
> 
> 
>  I know I should upgrade... Any ideas? I'm stumped. This was supposed to be
> simple.
> 
>  Ciao,
>  P
> 
> 
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Problems startingPatrick Drouin21 Sep
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