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From:Quentin Bennett Date:August 27 2000 10:18pm
Subject:RE: mysql.sock ongoing problem
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Does the path really not have a leading '/' - if not, then the path is
relative to the current directory, wherever that is at the time of running


> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Chris [SMTP:seed_ling@stripped]
> Sent:	Monday, August 28, 2000 8:35 AM
> To:	mysql@stripped
> Subject:	mysql.sock ongoing problem
> I have searched discussion boards and manuals and to
> no avail have found a solution to this problem. I have
> reinstalled the RPMs and am still experiencing the
> same error. I have rebooted the server multiple times
> and still have the same error:
> running MySQL 3.22.32-1
> ERROR 2002: Can't connect to local MySQL server
> through socket 'var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock' (111)
> This file does not exist here nor in my tmp. As I
> understand it the file is generated when the mysqld
> server is started. The server isn't running. I can't
> seem to get it started again. Any help would be
> greatly appreciated
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mysql.sock ongoing problemChris27 Aug
  • Re: mysql.sock ongoing problemColin Faber27 Aug
  • Re: mysql.sock ongoing problemGeoffrey B. Powell28 Aug
RE: mysql.sock ongoing problemQuentin Bennett28 Aug