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Issues starting/stopping MySQL server after large data load
Posted by: C D
Date: March 17, 2020 05:10PM

I recently upgraded from 5.7 to 8.0 on my Ubuntu 18.04 machine after a few hiccups, but was able to log in to see the new version.

Since then I've been attempting to load a large CSV dataset (~2.5G on disk, 10-20M rows) using mysqlimport, which appeared to stall both times I attempted it.

Additionally, after each attempt, I'm unable to cleanly stop mysql (the command line call persists, never again giving me a command prompt). Starting mysql suffer a similar fate. Even after killing all mysql processes, I'm left with a collection of '/usr/bin/mysqld' processes that regenerate if I kill them and a `sudo systemctl status mysql` shows a status of 'Status: "Server startup in progress"'.

I'd previously restarted to address it but that's obviously not a practical solution. Any thoughts about what's causing this or how to debug.

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