John Millaway wrote:
> I'm new to MySql. In an attempt to persuade my company to use tools
> other than IIS/ASP/SQL-Server, I setup a demo using Apache/PHP/MySql
> (NT). Everything ran fine, and I left it all running as a standalone
> over the weekend.
> Today, Monday, I came in to work and typed "/mysql/bin/mysqladmin
> --user=root shutdown"
> which caused a nasty "Application Error: mysqld.exe" message.
> I start/stopped mysqld several times successfully before the error
> occurred, and also after it occurred. However, I can't recreate the
> error! This is bad for so many reasons. Any suggestions?
> (This is the evaluation version, NT 4 SP4.)
NT has it difficulies <shrug>.
What worries you on not getting an error again?
The licenced version is ways better (and a little more stable on NT), so if you can get
one, do so.