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From:b b Date:July 29 2003 6:01am
Subject:mysqlMax vs mysql
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 When installing the mysql4 binary it works fine. When
installing the mysql max4 binary I get the following
message when I try to run mysqld_safe. I am running
linux redhat 9.1. Would anyone know why this is

030728 23:54:57  mysqld started
030728 23:54:58  bdb: 
/usr/local/mysql/data/log.0000000001: Permission
030728 23:54:58  bdb:  PANIC: Permission denied
030728 23:54:58  Can't init databases
030728 23:54:58  Aborting

030728 23:54:58  /usr/local/mysql/bin/mysqld: Shutdown

030728 23:54:58  mysqld ended

 If mysql max is hopeless, how would you propose one
could get around to using transactions and stored
procedures since mysql alone doesn't do it.

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mysqlMax vs mysqlb b29 Jul
  • Re: mysqlMax vs mysqlEgor Egorov29 Jul