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From:Levi Campbell Date:July 26 2004 10:50pm
Subject:mysqld_safe
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OK, I ran sh mysqld_safe on my computer and it said "Starting mysqld-max deamon.", went to
the next line on screen and didn't give me a command line, which leads me to think one of
two things happened: 1. the server started successfully. 2. the server startup faild and
locked up. I'm hoping it is no. 1 that happened. if so, how do I get a command prompt
after I start the server? and if the server does work, how do I get it to startup with
Debian Linux?
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mysqld_safeLevi Campbell27 Jul
  • Re: mysqld_safePaul DuBois27 Jul
    • Purpose of "&" (was Re: mysqld_safe)Whil Hentzen2 Aug
      • Re: Purpose of "&" (was Re: mysqld_safe)Daniel Kasak2 Aug
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          • Re: Purpose of "&" (was Re: mysqld_safe)Paul DuBois2 Aug
            • Re: Purpose of "&" (was Re: mysqld_safe)Whil Hentzen2 Aug
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