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From:Dan Nelson Date:December 1 2003 3:26am
Subject:Re: Mysql won't start
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In the last episode (Nov 30), Michael Burke said:
> I'm using mysql on redhat 9 and wanted to enable the query log file.I
> copied one of the example my.cnf files to /etc and added an entry:
> --log to enable the log file but when I boot red hat I get a message
> that mysql started and ended. When I try to start mysql in a terminal
> window I get the same result a message that mysql has started
> followed by a message that it has ended.What's the easiest way to set
> up logging on red hat?

--log is a commandline switch.  Try adding just the word "log" to

	Dan Nelson
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