>>>>> "John" == John Millaway <JohnM@stripped> writes:
John> I'm new to MySql. In an attempt to persuade my company to use tools
John> other than IIS/ASP/SQL-Server, I setup a demo using Apache/PHP/MySql
John> (NT). Everything ran fine, and I left it all running as a standalone
John> over the weekend.
John> Today, Monday, I came in to work and typed "/mysql/bin/mysqladmin
John> --user=root shutdown"
John> which caused a nasty "Application Error: mysqld.exe" message.
John> I start/stopped mysqld several times successfully before the error
John> occurred, and also after it occurred. However, I can't recreate the
John> error! This is bad for so many reasons. Any suggestions?
John> (This is the evaluation version, NT 4 SP4.)
We are not aware of the above error in the shareware version, but on
the other side, NT is much better supported with the registered MySQL
version. If the problems continues, you should consider upgrading to
the registered MySQL version.
PS: Sorry for the late reply, but I am currently in the USA to visit the
O'Reilly conference in Monterey.
Because of this my mails answers will be a bit delayed. I will be back
99-08-27 and then I will continue to work as usual.