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Re: MySQL Startup



Hello,
I have tried both scripts, I am currently using safe_mysqld & as the startup
mechanism
(the last line of my rc.local)
however both scripts seem to exhibit the 'hangup' syndrome when I attempt to
disconnect them from the console, on startup.

Stephen

----- Original Message -----
From: Cary Collett <cary@ratatosk.org>
To: Stephen Martin <stephen@sealteam.demon.co.uk>
Cc: <misc@openbsd.org>
Sent: Thursday, September 23, 1999 7:10 AM
Subject: Re: MySQL Startup


> I think mysql really wants to be started with safe_mysqld or
> the mysql.server script. The latter is provided for use
> with rc and can be called with start or stop as an argument.
>
> Cary
>
> Thus spake Stephen Martin (stephen@sealteam.demon.co.uk):
>
> > Hello,
> >
> > I have successfully compiled the ports-tree version of MySQL, the
> > database server appears to run fine.. however.. getting the mysqld
daemon
> > to start-up and stay up at boot up time is something of a problem.
> >
> > >From what I can see the daemon normally runs in the background mysqld &
> > but is still connected to a terminal? .  If I place the daemon in the
> > /etc/rc.local
> > startup file and surround it with a nohup .. &  construct it fails to
> > initialise..
> >
> > Looking at its log it says..
> >
> > mysqld started on  Thu Sep 23 06:29:43 PDT 1999
> > Hangup
> > mysqld ended on  Thu Sep 23 06:29:47 PDT 1999
> >
> > So something has told it to hangup? The nohup?
> >
> > It will initialise if called as mysqld & from the /etc/rc.local ... but
> > everything
> > else following that call is not executed..
> >
> > Has anyone else encountered this problem and managed to solve it?
> >
> > At present I start the mysqld up as the last daemon in /etc/rc.local
> > but I am not happy with this situation.
> >
> > Regards Stephen
> >
> >