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Re: I don't get it running
Posted by: Lenz Grimmer
Date: June 26, 2009 06:47AM


Andi Kalsch Wrote:
> After installing the Linux tar version on a Debian
> distribution - next to a normal installation, I
> don't get the server running.
> To be able tu run both versions in parallel I have
> created own group and user for the GIS version:
> mysqlg
> I also have put the my.cnf into the data dir and
> set all relevant dirs and files to directories
> mysqldg instead of mysqld

And does the server actually use this my.cnf file?

> Don't get why this is so complicated:
> root@mesolt11:/home/andi/mysqlg# bin/mysqld_safe
> --defaults-file=/usr/local/mysqlg/data/my.cnf
> --ledir=/usr/local/mysqlg/bin/ --user=mysqlg &
> [1] 8753
> root@mesolt11:/home/andi/mysqlg# 090616 12:02:19
> mysqld_safe Logging to
> '/usr/local/mysqlg/data/mesolt11.err'.
> 090616 12:02:19 mysqld_safe Starting mysqld daemon
> with databases from /usr/local/mysqlg/data
> 090616 12:02:19 mysqld_safe mysqld from pid file
> /var/run/mysqldg/ ended

Have you looked at /usr/local/mysqlg/data/mesolt11.err for the error?

> I have checked many forums and set the access
> rights for /var/run/mysqldg correctly. But still
> this error

What error? The real reason should be in the log file. I assume it either fails to create the socket file or to allocate the TCP port.

Have you looked at MySQL Sandbox? It makes testing different MySQL versions a snap:


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Re: I don't get it running
June 26, 2009 06:47AM
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