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From:jim barchuk Date:October 10 2001 2:56am
Subject:Re: Error running mysql server in Red Hat
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Hello Feny!

On Tue, 9 Oct 2001 soeha@stripped wrote:

> Hello all!
> I just installed mysql-3.23.43 in my linux Red Hat. But i can't run mysql server.
> when i do like this :
> usr/bin/mysqld

That starts the server. (The 'd' means daemon.) If it's already running
you can't start another.

Use mysqladmin -p shutdown to stop it.

Use mysql -p to start the client.

> 011010 can't start server: Bind on TCP/IP port: Address already in use
> 011010 Do you already have another Mysqld server running on port: 3306?

Well do ya? :) 'netstat -al |grep mysql' or grep 3306 tells all.

If you have an /etc/mysql.sock it's probably running. That should go away
when you shutdown.

> home/feny/ rpm -i MySQL-3.23.43.i386.rpm
> home/feny/ rpm -i MySQL-client-3.23.43.i386.rpm

I don't know what the rpm installs but you might have an
/etc/rc.d/init.d/mysql or similar that starts mysqld automagically when
you boot.

Have a :) day!


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jim barchuk

Error running mysql server in Red Hatsoeha10 Oct
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