I am using MySQL 3.22.13b running on Solaris. I am on a virtual server and I
own MySQL, I installed it from a binary distribution and it runs in my space.
I would like it to restart when ever the real server box is restarted. I
provided my hosting company with the startup string I use to restart MySQL. All
paths in the string are full paths. They tell me that they can't get it to
restart automatically, even though they put the line in their start up file.
Surely this is possible, can anyone give me a suggestion?
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