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From:Daevid Vincent Date:March 11 2003 11:50pm
Subject:RE: MySQL Shutdown FAILED
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Yeah, I notice this too, especially after upgrading to MAX. I really find it

My guess is that the RPM is slightly different than the God given RH
version, so there are TWO KXXmysqld in /etc/rc.d/init.d or in one of the
rc.3 or rc.5 or something and so one shuts it down, then the other executes
and it fails b/c it was already shut down. I sooo wish the person that
packages that RPM would fix this. Same with the mysql-max issue. It creates
a mysql instead of mysqld (or vise versa), and it doesn't have that nice:
"Loading mysql [ok]" style thing, it just barfs some ugly text instead.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Karen Tan [mailto:architech@stripped] 
> Sent: Monday, March 10, 2003 4:53 PM
> To: mysql@stripped
> Subject: MySQL Shutdown FAILED
> I have just upgraded from MySQL 3.23.32 to 3.23.55 on my 
> RedHat 8 server. 
>  Everything is working fine except that I get FAILED for 
> MySQL when shutting down. 
>  I have not changed any settings at all.  And the FAILED message does 
> not seem to affect anything with MySQL operations.  How do I 
> go abt checking what is causing 
> the message?  Someone pls help!  Thanx.
> -Karen

MySQL Shutdown FAILEDKaren Tan11 Mar
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