edward.morrison at gmail.com
Sun Sep 4 21:18:31 UTC 2005
chris hammond wrote:
> Look in /etc/init.d and see if mysqld exists. If it does, try to
> start it with
> /etc/init.d/mysqld start
> Until mysqld is started, mysql will not be able to talk to it.
Thanks for your help. Apparently mysqld does not exist on the system.
Not sure why this is. Has anyone else run into this issue?
[root at helpdesk sbin]# locate mysqld
[root at helpdesk sbin]# /usr/bin/mysqld_multi
Couldn't find the mysqld binary! Tried: /usr/libexec/mysqld
Couldn't find the mysqladmin binary! Tried: /usr/bin/mysqladmin
Error with an option, see mysqld_multi --help for more info!
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