[CentOS] Install and Run mysql 4.x
data345 at yahoo.com
Wed Mar 21 23:14:22 UTC 2007
> You don't have to initialize mysql db : it will be done
> automagically when you'll start the mysqld service for the first
> time (service mysqld start) ...
> Have a look in the mysqld init script (that rpm/yum provides you
> so gently) , especially in the start() function ...
Well, I guess that's a DOH on my part. Of course they'd provide and
use the init scripts in /etc/init.d.
This may have something to do with all the previous things I've
attempted after the install, but when I actually invoke the script it
says the startup fails. However, the mysql.log shows that the
database successfully starts, and I'm able to get a mysql prompt.
Thanks for your help.
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