[CentOS] MySQL stale socket
lists at luigirosa.com
Fri Dec 20 07:15:04 UTC 2013
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I can confirm that this is a bug added to the latest releases og MySQL.
I tested it only in VM (both VMware and XEN).
How to reproduce.
* start a CentOS VM with MySQL
* abruptly turn the VM off (not shutdown, of course)
* restart VM
* MySQL starts but the connections via /var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock do not work
Jake Shipton said the following on 16/12/2013 11:12:
> On Mon, 16 Dec 2013 10:51:54 +0100 Luigi Rosa <lists at luigirosa.com> wrote:
>> I have a server with a faulty power supply that resets the server every
>> 4/5 hours.
>> While I wait for the supplier to change the PS, I am facing an issue with
>> When the system comes back on, mysqld script starts the daemon, but the
>> connections via /var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock don't work because MySQL
>> doesn't delete and recreate the stale socket.
>> Apart from editing /etc/init.d/mysqld to force the deletion of a stale
>> socket are there any other way to solve this issue?
>> Thank you un advance.
>> Ciao, luigi
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> As a *temporary* solution you could do the following:
> # chkconfig mysqld off # nano /etc/rc.local Add at bottom: rm
> /var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock service mysqld start Now Save.
> Next time the machine boots it should remove the sock file, and then start
> Once your PSU is fixed, remove those lines and run:
> # chkconfig mysqld on
> Job done! :-D
> Hope this helps.
> Kind Regards, Jake Shipton (JakeMS) GPG Key: 0xE3C31D8F GPG Fingerprint:
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