can you remove it from service and start it normally using mysqld_safe with
log warnings enabled in the cnf file.
On Fri, Sep 9, 2011 at 4:16 PM, <a.smith@stripped> wrote:
> that really is the complete error log, that exact same info gets repeated
> over and over, there is zero in the syslog and I get this behaviour when
> running with no my.cnf (I do obviously have one but I tried without and it I
> still see the prob, so that probably makes things easier from a
> troubleshooting perspective)...
> The system has loads of free RAM (8GB total).
> Really the system isn't giving me much to go in in terms of clues....
> Quoting Suresh Kuna <sureshkumarilu@stripped>:
> Can yo paste the complete error log, Ram memory size and configuration
>> here and make sure the machine has enough memory to run the services.
>> Check the sys log for what is happening just before the service restart.