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  • MySQL at Mobile World Congress (on Valentine's Day...)

    - by mat.keep(at)oracle.com
    It is that time of year again when the mobile communications industry converges on Barcelona for what many regard as the premier telecommunications show of the year.Starting on February 14th, what better way for a Brit like me to spend Valentines Day with 50,000 mobile industry leaders (my wife doesn't tend to read this blog, so I'm reasonably safe with that statement).As ever, Oracle has an extensive presence at the show, and part of that presence this year includes MySQL.We will be running a live demonstration of the MySQL Cluster database on Booth 7C18 in the App Planet.The demonstration will show how the MySQL Cluster Connector for Java is implemented to provide native connectivity to the carrier grade MySQL Cluster database from Java ME clients via Java SE virtual machines and Java EE servers.  The demonstration will show how end-to-end Java services remain continuously available during both catastrophic failures and scheduled maintenance activities.The MySQL Cluster Connector for Java provides both a native Java API and JPA plug-in that directly maps Java objects to relational tables stored in the MySQL Cluster database, without the overhead and complexity of having to transform objects to JDBC, and then SQL  The result is 10x higher throughput, and a simpler development model for Java engineers.Stop by the stand for a demonstration, and an opportunity to speak with the MySQL telecoms team who will share experiences on how MySQL is being used to bring the innovation of the web to the carrier network.Of course, if you can't make it to Barcelona, you can still learn more about the MySQL Cluster Connector for Java from this whitepaper and are free to download it as part of MySQL Cluster Community Edition  Let us know via the comments if you have Java applications that you think will benefit from the MySQL Cluster Connector for JavaI can't promise that Valentines Day at MWC will be the time you fall in love with MySQL Cluster...but I'm confident you will at least develop a healthy respect for it  

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  • How to remove MySQL completely with config and library files on ubuntu 12.04 gnome 3.0

    - by codeartist
    I tried everything till now: sudo apt-get remove mysql-server mysql-client mysql-common sudo apt-get purge mysql-server mysql-client mysql-common sudo apt-get autoremove and even more commands... But whenever I am trying to locate mysql. I get a no. of files related to mysql command: shell>> locate mysql Output: /etc/mysql /etc/apparmor.d/usr.sbin.mysqld /etc/apparmor.d/abstractions/mysql /etc/apparmor.d/cache/usr.sbin.mysqld /etc/apparmor.d/cache/usr.sbin.mysqld-akonadi /etc/apparmor.d/local/usr.sbin.mysqld /etc/bash_completion.d/mysqladmin /etc/init/mysql.conf /etc/logcheck/ignore.d.paranoid/mysql-server-5_5 /etc/logcheck/ignore.d.server/mysql-server-5_5 /etc/logcheck/ignore.d.workstation/mysql-server-5_5 /etc/logrotate.d/mysql-server /etc/mysql/conf.d /etc/mysql/debian-start /etc/mysql/debian.cnf /etc/mysql/conf.d/mysqld_safe_syslog.cnf /home/pkr/.mysql_history /home/pkr/.cache/software-center/piston-helper/rec.ubuntu.com,api,1.0,recommend_app,libqt4-sql-mysql,,349051c3a57da571aa832adb39177aff /home/pkr/.cache/software-center/piston-helper/rec.ubuntu.com,api,1.0,recommend_app,mysql-client,,cbf77a486cdc80547317981a33144427 /home/pkr/.cache/software-center/piston-helper/rec.ubuntu.com,api,1.0,recommend_app,mysql-client,,de8220dee4d957a9502caa79e8d2fdda /home/pkr/.cache/software-center/rnrclient/reviews.ubuntu.com,reviews,api,1.0,reviews,filter,en,any,any,any,libqt4-sql-mysql,page,1,helpful,,17fb2e657321dc51526ee8fe9928da30 /home/pkr/.cache/software-center/rnrclient/reviews.ubuntu.com,reviews,api,1.0,reviews,filter,en,any,any,any,mysql-client,page,1,helpful,,a4c1b6e8200f36ab5745c6f81f14da0a /home/pkr/.cache/software-center/rnrclient/reviews.ubuntu.com,reviews,api,1.0,reviews,filter,en,ubuntu,oneiric,any,libqt4-sql-mysql,page,1,helpful,,c54295fb82b8183350cd34f22c3547ef /home/pkr/.cache/software-center/rnrclient/reviews.ubuntu.com,reviews,api,1.0,reviews,filter,en,ubuntu,oneiric,any,mysql-client,page,1,helpful,,fcf201c1abff3f774af89173a84de2cc /home/pkr/.cache/software-center/rnrclient/reviews.ubuntu.com,reviews,api,1.0,reviews,filter,en,ubuntu,precise,any,libqt4-sql-mysql,page,1,helpful,,0cd86648584efeccfb16119012f89540 /home/pkr/.cache/software-center/rnrclient/reviews.ubuntu.com,reviews,api,1.0,reviews,filter,en,ubuntu,precise,any,mysql-client,page,1,helpful,,eb84724e9da7851ff8862a227d8bac59 /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/mysql.conf /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql.err /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql.err.old /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/columns_priv.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/columns_priv.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/columns_priv.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/db.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/db.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/db.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/event.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/event.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/event.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/func.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/func.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/func.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/general_log.CSM /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/general_log.CSV /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/general_log.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/help_category.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/help_category.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/help_category.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/help_keyword.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/help_keyword.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/help_keyword.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/help_relation.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/help_relation.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/help_relation.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/help_topic.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/help_topic.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/help_topic.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/host.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/host.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/host.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/ndb_binlog_index.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/ndb_binlog_index.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/ndb_binlog_index.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/plugin.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/plugin.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/plugin.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/proc.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/proc.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/proc.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/procs_priv.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/procs_priv.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/procs_priv.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/proxies_priv.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/proxies_priv.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/proxies_priv.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/servers.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/servers.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/servers.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/slow_log.CSM /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/slow_log.CSV /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/slow_log.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/tables_priv.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/tables_priv.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/tables_priv.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/time_zone.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/time_zone.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/time_zone.frm 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/var/cache/apt/archives/libmysqlclient18_5.5.22-0ubuntu1_i386.deb /var/cache/apt/archives/libqt4-sql-mysql_4%3a4.8.1-0ubuntu4.1_i386.deb /var/cache/apt/archives/mysql-client-5.5_5.5.22-0ubuntu1_i386.deb /var/cache/apt/archives/mysql-client-core-5.5_5.5.22-0ubuntu1_i386.deb /var/cache/apt/archives/mysql-client_5.5.22-0ubuntu1_all.deb /var/cache/apt/archives/mysql-common_5.5.22-0ubuntu1_all.deb /var/cache/apt/archives/mysql-server-5.5_5.5.22-0ubuntu1_i386.deb /var/cache/apt/archives/mysql-server-core-5.5_5.5.22-0ubuntu1_i386.deb /var/cache/apt/archives/mysql-server_5.5.22-0ubuntu1_all.deb /var/lib/dpkg/info/mysql-client-core-5.5.list /var/lib/dpkg/info/mysql-client-core-5.5.md5sums /var/lib/dpkg/info/mysql-server-5.5.list /var/lib/dpkg/info/mysql-server-5.5.postrm /var/lib/dpkg/info/mysql-server-core-5.5.list /var/lib/dpkg/info/mysql-server-core-5.5.md5sums /var/log/mysql /var/log/mysql.err /var/log/mysql.log /var/log/mysql.log.1.gz /var/log/mysql.log.2.gz /var/log/mysql.log.3.gz /var/log/mysql.log.4.gz /var/log/mysql.log.5.gz /var/log/mysql.log.6.gz /var/log/mysql.log.7.gz /var/log/upstart/mysql.log.1.gz /var/log/upstart/mysql.log.2.gz /var/log/upstart/mysql.log.3.gz /var/log/upstart/mysql.log.4.gz /var/log/upstart/mysql.log.5.gz /var/log/upstart/mysql.log.6.gz /var/log/upstart/mysql.log.7.gz What should I do now? Please help me out in this :( I was trying to find out if there is any way I can remove mysql related every file and then reinstall mysql. I need it for Qt connectivity. I don't understand what to do! Please help :(

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  • Managing Database Clusters - A Whole Lot Simpler

    - by mat.keep(at)oracle.com
    Clustered computing brings with it many benefits: high performance, high availability, scalable infrastructure, etc.  But it also brings with it more complexity.Why ?  Well, by its very nature, there are more "moving parts" to monitor and manage (from physical, virtual and logical hosts) to fault detection and failover software to redundant networking components - the list goes on.  And a cluster that isn't effectively provisioned and managed will cause more downtime than the standalone systems it is designed to improve upon.  Not so great....When it comes to the database industry, analysts already estimate that 50% of a typical database's Total Cost of Ownership is attributable to staffing and downtime costs.  These costs will only increase if a database cluster is to hard to properly administer.Over the past 9 months, monitoring and management has been a major focus in the development of the MySQL Cluster database, and on Tuesday 12th January, the product team will be presenting the output of that development in a new webinar.Even if you can't make the date, it is still worth registering so you will receive automatic notification when the on-demand replay is availableIn the webinar, the team will cover:    * NDBINFO: released with MySQL Cluster 7.1, NDBINFO presents real-time status and usage statistics, providing developers and DBAs with a simple means of pro-actively monitoring and optimizing database performance and availability.    * MySQL Cluster Manager (MCM): available as part of the commercial MySQL Cluster Carrier Grade Edition, MCM simplifies the creation and management of MySQL Cluster by automating common management tasks, delivering higher administration productivity and enhancing cluster agility. Tasks that used to take 46 commands can be reduced to just one!    * MySQL Cluster Advisors & Graphs: part of the MySQL Enterprise Monitor and available in the commercial MySQL Cluster Carrier Grade Edition, the Enterprise Advisor includes automated best practice rules that alert on key performance and availability metrics from MySQL Cluster data nodes.You'll also learn how you can get started evaluating and using all of these tools to simplify MySQL Cluster management.This session will last round an hour and will include interactive Q&A throughout. You can learn more about MySQL Cluster Manager from this whitepaper and on-line demonstration.  You can also download the packages from eDelivery (just select "MySQL Database" as the product pack, select your platform, click "Go" and then scroll down to get the software).While managing clusters will never be easy, the webinar will show hou how it just got a whole lot simpler !

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  • How to remove MySQL completely with config and library files?

    - by codeartist
    I tried everything till now: sudo apt-get remove mysql-server mysql-client mysql-common sudo apt-get purge mysql-server mysql-client mysql-common sudo apt-get autoremove and even more commands... But whenever I am trying to locate mysql. I get a no. of files related to mysql command: shell>> locate mysql Output: /etc/mysql /etc/apparmor.d/usr.sbin.mysqld /etc/apparmor.d/abstractions/mysql /etc/apparmor.d/cache/usr.sbin.mysqld /etc/apparmor.d/cache/usr.sbin.mysqld-akonadi /etc/apparmor.d/local/usr.sbin.mysqld /etc/bash_completion.d/mysqladmin /etc/init/mysql.conf /etc/logcheck/ignore.d.paranoid/mysql-server-5_5 /etc/logcheck/ignore.d.server/mysql-server-5_5 /etc/logcheck/ignore.d.workstation/mysql-server-5_5 /etc/logrotate.d/mysql-server /etc/mysql/conf.d /etc/mysql/debian-start /etc/mysql/debian.cnf /etc/mysql/conf.d/mysqld_safe_syslog.cnf /home/pkr/.mysql_history /home/pkr/.cache/software-center/piston-helper/rec.ubuntu.com,api,1.0,recommend_app,libqt4-sql-mysql,,349051c3a57da571aa832adb39177aff /home/pkr/.cache/software-center/piston-helper/rec.ubuntu.com,api,1.0,recommend_app,mysql-client,,cbf77a486cdc80547317981a33144427 /home/pkr/.cache/software-center/piston-helper/rec.ubuntu.com,api,1.0,recommend_app,mysql-client,,de8220dee4d957a9502caa79e8d2fdda /home/pkr/.cache/software-center/rnrclient/reviews.ubuntu.com,reviews,api,1.0,reviews,filter,en,any,any,any,libqt4-sql-mysql,page,1,helpful,,17fb2e657321dc51526ee8fe9928da30 /home/pkr/.cache/software-center/rnrclient/reviews.ubuntu.com,reviews,api,1.0,reviews,filter,en,any,any,any,mysql-client,page,1,helpful,,a4c1b6e8200f36ab5745c6f81f14da0a /home/pkr/.cache/software-center/rnrclient/reviews.ubuntu.com,reviews,api,1.0,reviews,filter,en,ubuntu,oneiric,any,libqt4-sql-mysql,page,1,helpful,,c54295fb82b8183350cd34f22c3547ef /home/pkr/.cache/software-center/rnrclient/reviews.ubuntu.com,reviews,api,1.0,reviews,filter,en,ubuntu,oneiric,any,mysql-client,page,1,helpful,,fcf201c1abff3f774af89173a84de2cc /home/pkr/.cache/software-center/rnrclient/reviews.ubuntu.com,reviews,api,1.0,reviews,filter,en,ubuntu,precise,any,libqt4-sql-mysql,page,1,helpful,,0cd86648584efeccfb16119012f89540 /home/pkr/.cache/software-center/rnrclient/reviews.ubuntu.com,reviews,api,1.0,reviews,filter,en,ubuntu,precise,any,mysql-client,page,1,helpful,,eb84724e9da7851ff8862a227d8bac59 /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/mysql.conf /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql.err /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql.err.old /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/columns_priv.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/columns_priv.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/columns_priv.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/db.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/db.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/db.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/event.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/event.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/event.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/func.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/func.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/func.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/general_log.CSM /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/general_log.CSV /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/general_log.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/help_category.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/help_category.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/help_category.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/help_keyword.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/help_keyword.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/help_keyword.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/help_relation.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/help_relation.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/help_relation.frm 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/home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/procs_priv.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/proxies_priv.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/proxies_priv.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/proxies_priv.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/servers.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/servers.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/servers.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/slow_log.CSM /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/slow_log.CSV /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/slow_log.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/tables_priv.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/tables_priv.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/tables_priv.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/time_zone.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/time_zone.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/time_zone.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/time_zone_leap_second.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/time_zone_leap_second.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/time_zone_leap_second.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/time_zone_name.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/time_zone_name.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/time_zone_name.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/time_zone_transition.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/time_zone_transition.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/time_zone_transition.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/time_zone_transition_type.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/time_zone_transition_type.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/time_zone_transition_type.frm /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/user.MYD /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/user.MYI /home/pkr/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql/user.frm /usr/bin/mysql /usr/bin/mysql_install_db /usr/bin/mysql_upgrade /usr/bin/mysqlcheck /usr/sbin/mysqld /usr/share/mysql /usr/share/app-install/desktop/gmysqlcc:gmysqlcc.desktop /usr/share/app-install/desktop/mysql-client.desktop /usr/share/app-install/desktop/mysql-navigator:mysql-navigator.desktop /usr/share/app-install/desktop/mysql-server.desktop /usr/share/app-install/icons/gmysqlcc-32.png /usr/share/app-install/icons/mysql-navigator.png /usr/share/doc/mysql-client-core-5.5 /usr/share/doc/mysql-server-core-5.5 /usr/share/kde4/apps/katepart/syntax/sql-mysql.xml /usr/share/man/man1/mysql.1.gz /usr/share/man/man1/mysql_install_db.1.gz /usr/share/man/man1/mysql_upgrade.1.gz /usr/share/man/man1/mysqlcheck.1.gz /usr/share/man/man8/mysqld.8.gz /var/cache/apt/archives/akonadi-backend-mysql_1.7.2-0ubuntu1_all.deb /var/cache/apt/archives/libmysqlclient-dev_5.5.22-0ubuntu1_i386.deb /var/cache/apt/archives/libmysqlclient18_5.5.22-0ubuntu1_i386.deb /var/cache/apt/archives/libqt4-sql-mysql_4%3a4.8.1-0ubuntu4.1_i386.deb /var/cache/apt/archives/mysql-client-5.5_5.5.22-0ubuntu1_i386.deb /var/cache/apt/archives/mysql-client-core-5.5_5.5.22-0ubuntu1_i386.deb /var/cache/apt/archives/mysql-client_5.5.22-0ubuntu1_all.deb /var/cache/apt/archives/mysql-common_5.5.22-0ubuntu1_all.deb /var/cache/apt/archives/mysql-server-5.5_5.5.22-0ubuntu1_i386.deb /var/cache/apt/archives/mysql-server-core-5.5_5.5.22-0ubuntu1_i386.deb /var/cache/apt/archives/mysql-server_5.5.22-0ubuntu1_all.deb /var/lib/dpkg/info/mysql-client-core-5.5.list /var/lib/dpkg/info/mysql-client-core-5.5.md5sums /var/lib/dpkg/info/mysql-server-5.5.list /var/lib/dpkg/info/mysql-server-5.5.postrm /var/lib/dpkg/info/mysql-server-core-5.5.list /var/lib/dpkg/info/mysql-server-core-5.5.md5sums /var/log/mysql /var/log/mysql.err /var/log/mysql.log /var/log/mysql.log.1.gz /var/log/mysql.log.2.gz /var/log/mysql.log.3.gz /var/log/mysql.log.4.gz /var/log/mysql.log.5.gz /var/log/mysql.log.6.gz /var/log/mysql.log.7.gz /var/log/upstart/mysql.log.1.gz /var/log/upstart/mysql.log.2.gz /var/log/upstart/mysql.log.3.gz /var/log/upstart/mysql.log.4.gz /var/log/upstart/mysql.log.5.gz /var/log/upstart/mysql.log.6.gz /var/log/upstart/mysql.log.7.gz What should I do now? Please help me out in this :( I was trying to find out if there is any way I can remove mysql related every file and then reinstall mysql. I need it for Qt connectivity. I don't understand what to do! Please help :(

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  • Cannot Install/Start MySQL Server

    - by Peezy Bro
    Okay, I decided to migrate from MySQL Server 5.5.37 to Percona Server 5.6. I ended up removing MySQL Server by the following: sudo apt-get --purge remove mysql-server mysql-server-5.5 mysql-server-core-5.5 mysql-client mysql-client-core-5.5 mysql-common sudo apt-get autoremove sudo apt-get autoclean rm -rf /var/lib/mysql rm -rf /etc/mysql Now here is my problem, when I try to install MySQL Server 5.6 it goes through its process and when it asks me for a password, it comes up with Cannot set MySQL "root" password. After it "installs" MySQL wont start up and I get permission denied?. Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 35 not upgraded. [email protected]:~$ sudo apt-get install mysql-server Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done The following extra packages will be installed: libdbd-mysql-perl libdbi-perl libmysqlclient18 libterm-readkey-perl mysql-client-5.5 mysql-client-core-5.5 mysql-common mysql-server-5.5 mysql-server-core-5.5 Suggested packages: libmldbm-perl libnet-daemon-perl libplrpc-perl libsql-statement-perl tinyca mailx The following NEW packages will be installed: libdbd-mysql-perl libdbi-perl libmysqlclient18 libterm-readkey-perl mysql-client-5.5 mysql-client-core-5.5 mysql-common mysql-server mysql-server-5.5 mysql-server-core-5.5 0 upgraded, 10 newly installed, 0 to remove and 35 not upgraded. Need to get 0 B/8,955 kB of archives. After this operation, 96.3 MB of additional disk space will be used. Do you want to continue? [Y/n] y Preconfiguring packages ... Selecting previously unselected package mysql-common. (Reading database ... 167760 files and directories currently installed.) Preparing to unpack .../mysql-common_5.5.37-0ubuntu0.14.04.1_all.deb ... Unpacking mysql-common (5.5.37-0ubuntu0.14.04.1) ... Selecting previously unselected package libmysqlclient18:amd64. Preparing to unpack .../libmysqlclient18_5.5.37-0ubuntu0.14.04.1_amd64.deb ... Unpacking libmysqlclient18:amd64 (5.5.37-0ubuntu0.14.04.1) ... Selecting previously unselected package libdbi-perl. Preparing to unpack .../libdbi-perl_1.630-1_amd64.deb ... Unpacking libdbi-perl (1.630-1) ... Selecting previously unselected package libdbd-mysql-perl. Preparing to unpack .../libdbd-mysql-perl_4.025-1_amd64.deb ... Unpacking libdbd-mysql-perl (4.025-1) ... Selecting previously unselected package libterm-readkey-perl. Preparing to unpack .../libterm-readkey-perl_2.31-1_amd64.deb ... Unpacking libterm-readkey-perl (2.31-1) ... Selecting previously unselected package mysql-client-core-5.5. Preparing to unpack .../mysql-client-core-5.5_5.5.37-0ubuntu0.14.04.1_amd64.deb ... Unpacking mysql-client-core-5.5 (5.5.37-0ubuntu0.14.04.1) ... Selecting previously unselected package mysql-client-5.5. Preparing to unpack .../mysql-client-5.5_5.5.37-0ubuntu0.14.04.1_amd64.deb ... Unpacking mysql-client-5.5 (5.5.37-0ubuntu0.14.04.1) ... Selecting previously unselected package mysql-server-core-5.5. Preparing to unpack .../mysql-server-core-5.5_5.5.37-0ubuntu0.14.04.1_amd64.deb ... Unpacking mysql-server-core-5.5 (5.5.37-0ubuntu0.14.04.1) ... Processing triggers for man-db (2.6.7.1-1) ... Setting up mysql-common (5.5.37-0ubuntu0.14.04.1) ... Selecting previously unselected package mysql-server-5.5. (Reading database ... 168116 files and directories currently installed.) Preparing to unpack .../mysql-server-5.5_5.5.37-0ubuntu0.14.04.1_amd64.deb ... Unpacking mysql-server-5.5 (5.5.37-0ubuntu0.14.04.1) ... Selecting previously unselected package mysql-server. Preparing to unpack .../mysql-server_5.5.37-0ubuntu0.14.04.1_all.deb ... Unpacking mysql-server (5.5.37-0ubuntu0.14.04.1) ... Processing triggers for ureadahead (0.100.0-16) ... Processing triggers for man-db (2.6.7.1-1) ... Setting up libmysqlclient18:amd64 (5.5.37-0ubuntu0.14.04.1) ... Setting up libdbi-perl (1.630-1) ... Setting up libdbd-mysql-perl (4.025-1) ... Setting up libterm-readkey-perl (2.31-1) ... Setting up mysql-client-core-5.5 (5.5.37-0ubuntu0.14.04.1) ... Setting up mysql-client-5.5 (5.5.37-0ubuntu0.14.04.1) ... Setting up mysql-server-core-5.5 (5.5.37-0ubuntu0.14.04.1) ... Setting up mysql-server-5.5 (5.5.37-0ubuntu0.14.04.1) ... start: Job failed to start invoke-rc.d: initscript mysql, action "start" failed. dpkg: error processing package mysql-server-5.5 (--configure): subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1 dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of mysql-server: mysql-server depends on mysql-server-5.5; however: Package mysql-server-5.5 is not configured yet. dpkg: error processing package mysql-server (--configure): dependency problems - leaving unconfigured Processing triggers for libc-bin (2.19-0ubuntu6) ... No apport report written because the error message indicates its a followup error from a previous failure. Processing triggers for ureadahead (0.100.0-16) ... Errors were encountered while processing: mysql-server-5.5 mysql-server E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1) I have all my database/tables dumped and on a seperate HDD. This is also a Dev Machine and not my main Production Machine. I also backed up the MySQL_Config and MySQL_Data.

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  • Cannot install mysql-server (5.5.22) on clean ubuntu 12.04 LTS server

    - by Christian
    I have a clean minimal install of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS server 64-bit (just a root user and nothing alse installed). I tried to install the mysql-server with the following command: apt-get install mysql-server The installation aborts with the following error: The following NEW packages will be installed: libdbd-mysql-perl{a} libmysqlclient18{a} mysql-client mysql-client-5.5{a} mysql-client-core-5.5{a} mysql-common{a} mysql-server mysql-server-5.5{a} mysql-server-core-5.5{a} 0 packages upgraded, 9 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded. Need to get 11.7 kB/26.2 MB of archives. After unpacking 94.5 MB will be used. Do you want to continue? [Y/n/?] y Get: 1 http://mirror.eu.oneandone.net/ubuntu/ubuntu/ precise/main mysql-client all 5.5.22-0ubuntu1 [11.7 kB] Fetched 11.7 kB in 0s (567 kB/s) Preconfiguring packages ... Selecting previously unselected package mysql-common. (Reading database ... 54008 files and directories currently installed.) Unpacking mysql-common (from .../mysql-common_5.5.22-0ubuntu1_all.deb) ... Selecting previously unselected package libmysqlclient18. Unpacking libmysqlclient18 (from .../libmysqlclient18_5.5.22-0ubuntu1_amd64.deb) ... Selecting previously unselected package libdbd-mysql-perl. Unpacking libdbd-mysql-perl (from .../libdbd-mysql-perl_4.020-1build2_amd64.deb) ... Selecting previously unselected package mysql-client-core-5.5. Unpacking mysql-client-core-5.5 (from .../mysql-client-core-5.5_5.5.22-0ubuntu1_amd64.deb) ... Selecting previously unselected package mysql-client-5.5. Unpacking mysql-client-5.5 (from .../mysql-client-5.5_5.5.22-0ubuntu1_amd64.deb) ... Selecting previously unselected package mysql-server-core-5.5. Unpacking mysql-server-core-5.5 (from .../mysql-server-core-5.5_5.5.22-0ubuntu1_amd64.deb) ... Processing triggers for man-db ... Setting up mysql-common (5.5.22-0ubuntu1) ... Selecting previously unselected package mysql-server-5.5. (Reading database ... 54189 files and directories currently installed.) Unpacking mysql-server-5.5 (from .../mysql-server-5.5_5.5.22-0ubuntu1_amd64.deb) ... Selecting previously unselected package mysql-client. Unpacking mysql-client (from .../mysql-client_5.5.22-0ubuntu1_all.deb) ... Selecting previously unselected package mysql-server. Unpacking mysql-server (from .../mysql-server_5.5.22-0ubuntu1_all.deb) ... Processing triggers for ureadahead ... Processing triggers for man-db ... Setting up libmysqlclient18 (5.5.22-0ubuntu1) ... Setting up libdbd-mysql-perl (4.020-1build2) ... Setting up mysql-client-core-5.5 (5.5.22-0ubuntu1) ... Setting up mysql-client-5.5 (5.5.22-0ubuntu1) ... Setting up mysql-server-core-5.5 (5.5.22-0ubuntu1) ... Setting up mysql-server-5.5 (5.5.22-0ubuntu1) ... 120502 10:17:41 [Note] Plugin 'FEDERATED' is disabled. 120502 10:17:41 InnoDB: The InnoDB memory heap is disabled 120502 10:17:41 InnoDB: Mutexes and rw_locks use GCC atomic builtins 120502 10:17:41 InnoDB: Compressed tables use zlib 1.2.3.4 120502 10:17:41 InnoDB: Initializing buffer pool, size = 128.0M 120502 10:17:41 InnoDB: Completed initialization of buffer pool 120502 10:17:41 InnoDB: highest supported file format is Barracuda. 120502 10:17:41 InnoDB: Waiting for the background threads to start 120502 10:17:42 InnoDB: 1.1.8 started; log sequence number 1595675 120502 10:17:42 InnoDB: Starting shutdown... 120502 10:17:42 InnoDB: Shutdown completed; log sequence number 1595675 start: Job failed to start invoke-rc.d: initscript mysql, action "start" failed. dpkg: error processing mysql-server-5.5 (--configure): subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1 No apport report written because MaxReports is reached already Setting up mysql-client (5.5.22-0ubuntu1) ... dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of mysql-server: mysql-server depends on mysql-server-5.5; however: Package mysql-server-5.5 is not configured yet. dpkg: error processing mysql-server (--configure): dependency problems - leaving unconfigured No apport report written because MaxReports is reached already Processing triggers for libc-bin ... ldconfig deferred processing now taking place Errors were encountered while processing: mysql-server-5.5 mysql-server E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1) A package failed to install. Trying to recover: Setting up mysql-server-5.5 (5.5.22-0ubuntu1) ... start: Job failed to start invoke-rc.d: initscript mysql, action "start" failed. dpkg: error processing mysql-server-5.5 (--configure): subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1 dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of mysql-server: mysql-server depends on mysql-server-5.5; however: Package mysql-server-5.5 is not configured yet. dpkg: error processing mysql-server (--configure): dependency problems - leaving unconfigured Errors were encountered while processing: mysql-server-5.5 mysql-server I am completely lost because I have tried everything on the web to solve my problem (clearning the install, reconfiguring with dpkg, manually editing the my.cnf). I also set up a new clean install but nothing helped. What am I doing wrong? New information: The file /var/log/upstart/mysql.log contains the following error after the installation: AppArmor parser error for /etc/apparmor.d/usr.sbin.mysqld in /etc/apparmor.d/tunables/global at line 17: Could not open 'tunables/proc'

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  • MySQL – Learning MySQL Online in 6 Hours – MySQL Fundamentals in 320 Minutes

    - by Pinal Dave
    MySQL is one of the most popular database language and I have been recently working with it a lot. Data have no barrier and every database have their own place. I have been working with MySQL for quite a while and just like SQL Server, I often find lots of people asking me if I have a tutorial which can teach them MySQL from the beginning. Here is the good news, I have written two different courses on MySQL Fundamentals, which is available online. The reason for writing two different courses was to keep the learning simple. Both of the courses are absolutely connected with other but designed if you watch either of the course independently you can watch them and learn without dependencies. However, if you ask me, I will suggest that you watch MySQL Fundamentals Part 1 course following with MySQL Fundamentals Part 2 course. Let us quickly explore outline of MySQL courses. MySQL Fundamental – 1 (157 minutes) MySQL is a popular choice of database for use in web applications, and is a central component of the widely used LAMP open source web application software stack. This course covers the fundamentals of MySQL, including how to install MySQL as well as written basic data retrieval and data modification queries. Introduction (duration 00:02:12) Installations and GUI Tools (duration 00:13:51) Fundamentals of RDBMS and Database Designs (duration 00:16:13) Introduction MYSQL Workbench (duration 00:31:51) Data Retrieval Techniques (duration 01:11:13) Data Modification Techniques (duration 00:20:41) Summary and Resources (duration 00:01:31) MySQL Fundamental – 2 (163 minutes) MySQL is a popular choice of database for use in web applications, and is a central component of the widely used LAMP open source web application software stack. In this course, which is part 2 of the Fundamentals of MySQL series, we explore more advanced topics such as stored procedures & user-defined functions, subqueries & joins, views and events & triggers. Introduction (duration 00:02:09) Joins, Unions and Subqueries (duration 01:03:56) MySQL Functions (duration 00:36:55) MySQL Views (duration 00:19:19) Stored Procedures and Stored Functions (duration 00:25:23) Triggers and Events (duration 00:13:41) Summary and Resources (duration 00:02:18) Note if you click on the link above and you do not see the play button to watch the course, you will have to login to the system and watch the course. I would like to throw a challenge to you – Can you watch both of the courses in a single day? If yes, once you are done watching the course on your Pluralsight Profile Page (here is my profile http://pluralsight.com/training/users/pinal-dave) you will get following badges. If you have already watched MySQL Fundamental Part 1, you can qualify by just watching MySQL Fundamental Part 2. Just send me the link to your profile and I will publish your name on this blog. For the first five people who send me email at Pinal at sqlauthority.com; I might have something cool as a giveaway as well. Watch the teaser of MySQL course. Reference: Pinal Dave (http://blog.sqlauthority.com)  Filed under: MySQL, PostADay, SQL, SQL Authority, SQL Query, SQL Server, SQL Tips and Tricks, T SQL, Technology

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  • mysql: Cannot load from mysql.proc. The table is probably corrupted

    - by Alex
    Mysql was started: /usr/bin/mysqld_safe --datadir=/srv/mysql/myDB --log-error=/srv/mysql/logs/mysqld-myDB.log --pid-file=/srv/mysql/pids/mysqld-myDB.pid --user=mysql --socket=/srv/mysql/sockets/mysql-myDB.sock --port=3700 but when I'm trying to do something: ERROR 1548 (HY000) at line 1: Cannot load from mysql.proc. The table is probably corrupted How to fix it? $ mysql -V mysql Ver 14.14 Distrib 5.1.58, for debian-linux-gnu (x86_64) using readline 6.2 $ lsb_release -a Distributor ID: Ubuntu Description: Ubuntu 11.10 Release: 11.10 Codename: oneiric $ sudo mysql_upgrade -uroot -p<password> --force Looking for 'mysql' as: mysql Looking for 'mysqlcheck' as: mysqlcheck Running 'mysqlcheck' with connection arguments: '--port=3306' '--socket=/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' Running 'mysqlcheck' with connection arguments: '--port=3306' '--socket=/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' mysql.columns_priv OK mysql.db OK mysql.event OK mysql.func OK mysql.general_log Error : You can't use locks with log tables. status : OK mysql.help_category OK mysql.help_keyword OK mysql.help_relation OK mysql.help_topic OK mysql.host OK mysql.ndb_binlog_index OK mysql.plugin OK mysql.proc OK mysql.procs_priv OK mysql.servers OK mysql.slow_log Error : You can't use locks with log tables. status : OK mysql.tables_priv OK mysql.time_zone OK mysql.time_zone_leap_second OK mysql.time_zone_name OK mysql.time_zone_transition OK mysql.time_zone_transition_type OK mysql.user OK Running 'mysql_fix_privilege_tables'... OK $ mysqlcheck --port=3700 --socket=/srv/mysql/sockets/mysql-my-env.sock -A -udata_owner -pdata_owner <all tables> OK UPD1: for example I'm trying to remove procedure: mysql> DROP PROCEDURE IF EXISTS mysql.myproc; ERROR 1548 (HY000): Cannot load from mysql.proc. The table is probably corrupted mysql> UPD2: mysql> REPAIR TABLE mysql.proc; +------------+--------+----------+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | Table | Op | Msg_type | Msg_text | +------------+--------+----------+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | mysql.proc | repair | error | 1 when fixing table | | mysql.proc | repair | Error | Can't change permissions of the file '/srv/mysql/myDB/mysql/proc.MYD' (Errcode: 1) | | mysql.proc | repair | status | Operation failed | +------------+--------+----------+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+ 3 rows in set (0.04 sec) This is strange, because: $ ls -l /srv/mysql/myDB/mysql/proc.MYD -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 3983252 2012-02-03 22:51 /srv/mysql/myDB/mysql/proc.MYD UPD3: $ ls -la /srv/mysql/myDB/mysql total 8930 drwxrwxrwx 2 mysql root 2480 2012-02-21 13:13 . drwxrwxrwx 13 mysql root 504 2012-02-21 19:01 .. -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 8820 2012-02-20 15:50 columns_priv.frm -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 0 2011-11-12 15:42 columns_priv.MYD -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 4096 2012-02-20 15:50 columns_priv.MYI -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 9582 2012-02-20 15:50 db.frm -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 8360 2011-12-08 02:14 db.MYD -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 5120 2012-02-20 15:50 db.MYI -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 54 2011-11-12 15:42 db.opt -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 10223 2012-02-20 15:50 event.frm -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 0 2011-11-12 15:42 event.MYD -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 2048 2012-02-20 15:50 event.MYI -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 8665 2012-02-20 15:50 func.frm -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 0 2011-11-12 15:42 func.MYD -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 1024 2012-02-20 15:50 func.MYI -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 8700 2012-02-20 15:50 help_category.frm -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 21497 2011-11-12 15:42 help_category.MYD -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 3072 2012-02-20 15:50 help_category.MYI -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 8612 2012-02-20 15:50 help_keyword.frm -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 88650 2011-11-12 15:42 help_keyword.MYD -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 16384 2012-02-20 15:50 help_keyword.MYI -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 8630 2012-02-20 15:50 help_relation.frm -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 8874 2011-11-12 15:42 help_relation.MYD -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 16384 2012-02-20 15:50 help_relation.MYI -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 8770 2012-02-20 15:50 help_topic.frm -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 414320 2011-11-12 15:42 help_topic.MYD -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 20480 2012-02-20 15:50 help_topic.MYI -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 9510 2012-02-20 15:50 host.frm -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 0 2011-11-12 15:42 host.MYD -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 2048 2012-02-20 15:50 host.MYI -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 8554 2011-11-12 15:42 innodb_monitor.frm -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 98304 2011-11-12 15:55 innodb_monitor.ibd -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 8592 2012-02-20 15:50 inventory.frm -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 76 2011-11-12 15:42 inventory.MYD -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 2048 2012-02-20 15:50 inventory.MYI -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 8778 2012-02-20 15:50 ndb_binlog_index.frm -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 0 2011-11-12 15:42 ndb_binlog_index.MYD -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 1024 2012-02-20 15:50 ndb_binlog_index.MYI -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 8586 2012-02-20 15:50 plugin.frm -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 0 2011-11-12 15:42 plugin.MYD -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 1024 2012-02-20 15:50 plugin.MYI -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 9996 2012-02-20 15:50 proc.frm -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 3983252 2012-02-03 22:51 proc.MYD -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 36864 2012-02-21 13:23 proc.MYI -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 8875 2012-02-20 15:50 procs_priv.frm -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 1700 2011-11-12 15:42 procs_priv.MYD -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 8192 2012-02-20 15:50 procs_priv.MYI -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 3977704 2012-02-21 13:23 proc.TMD -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 8800 2012-02-20 15:50 proxies_priv.frm -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 693 2011-11-12 15:42 proxies_priv.MYD -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 5120 2012-02-20 15:50 proxies_priv.MYI -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 8838 2012-02-20 15:50 servers.frm -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 0 2011-11-12 15:42 servers.MYD -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 1024 2012-02-20 15:50 servers.MYI -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 8955 2012-02-20 15:50 tables_priv.frm -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 5957 2011-11-12 15:42 tables_priv.MYD -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 8192 2012-02-20 15:50 tables_priv.MYI -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 8636 2012-02-20 15:50 time_zone.frm -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 8624 2012-02-20 15:50 time_zone_leap_second.frm -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 0 2011-11-12 15:42 time_zone_leap_second.MYD -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 1024 2012-02-20 15:50 time_zone_leap_second.MYI -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 0 2011-11-12 15:42 time_zone.MYD -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 1024 2012-02-20 15:50 time_zone.MYI -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 8606 2012-02-20 15:50 time_zone_name.frm -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 0 2011-11-12 15:42 time_zone_name.MYD -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 1024 2012-02-20 15:50 time_zone_name.MYI -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 8686 2012-02-20 15:50 time_zone_transition.frm -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 0 2011-11-12 15:42 time_zone_transition.MYD -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 1024 2012-02-20 15:50 time_zone_transition.MYI -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 8748 2012-02-20 15:50 time_zone_transition_type.frm -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 0 2011-11-12 15:42 time_zone_transition_type.MYD -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 1024 2012-02-20 15:50 time_zone_transition_type.MYI -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 10630 2012-02-20 15:50 user.frm -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 5456 2011-11-12 21:01 user.MYD -rwxrwxrwx 1 mysql root 4096 2012-02-20 15:50 user.MYI

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  • mysql: Bind on unix socket: Permission denied

    - by Alex
    Can't start mysql with: sudo /usr/bin/mysqld_safe --datadir=/srv/mysql/myDB --log-error=/srv/mysql/logs/mysqld-myDB.log --pid-file=/srv/mysql/pids/mysqld-myDB.pid --user=mysql --socket=/srv/mysql/sockets/mysql-myDB.sock --port=3700 120222 13:40:48 mysqld_safe Starting mysqld daemon with databases from /srv/mysql/myDB 120222 13:40:54 mysqld_safe mysqld from pid file /srv/mysql/pids/mysqld-myDB.pid ended /srv/mysql/logs/mysqld-myDB.log: 120222 13:43:53 mysqld_safe Starting mysqld daemon with databases from /srv/mysql/myDB 120222 13:43:53 [Note] Plugin 'FEDERATED' is disabled. /usr/sbin/mysqld: Table 'plugin' is read only 120222 13:43:53 [ERROR] Can't open the mysql.plugin table. Please run mysql_upgrade to create it. 120222 13:43:53 InnoDB: Completed initialization of buffer pool 120222 13:43:53 InnoDB: Started; log sequence number 32 4232720908 120222 13:43:53 [ERROR] Can't start server : Bind on unix socket: Permission denied 120222 13:43:53 [ERROR] Do you already have another mysqld server running on socket: /srv/mysql/sockets/mysql-myDB.sock ? 120222 13:43:53 [ERROR] Aborting 120222 13:43:53 InnoDB: Starting shutdown... One instance mysqld is running: $ ps aux | grep mysql mysql 1093 0.0 0.2 169972 18700 ? Ssl 11:50 0:02 /usr/sbin/mysqld $ Port 3700 is available: $ netstat -a | grep 3700 $ Directory with sockets is empty: $ ls /srv/mysql/sockets/ $ There are all permissions: $ ls -l /srv/mysql/ total 20 drwxrwxrwx 2 mysql mysql 4096 2012-02-22 13:28 logs drwxrwxrwx 13 mysql mysql 4096 2012-02-22 13:44 myDB drwxrwxrwx 2 mysql mysql 4096 2012-02-22 12:55 pids drwxrwxrwx 2 mysql mysql 4096 2012-02-22 12:55 sockets drwxrwxrwx 2 mysql mysql 4096 2012-02-22 13:25 version Apparmor config: $cat /etc/apparmor.d/usr.sbin.mysqld # vim:syntax=apparmor # Last Modified: Tue Jun 19 17:37:30 2007 #include <tunables/global> /usr/sbin/mysqld flags=(complain) { #include <abstractions/base> #include <abstractions/nameservice> #include <abstractions/user-tmp> #include <abstractions/mysql> #include <abstractions/winbind> capability dac_override, capability sys_resource, capability setgid, capability setuid, network tcp, /etc/hosts.allow r, /etc/hosts.deny r, /etc/mysql/*.pem r, /etc/mysql/conf.d/ r, /etc/mysql/conf.d/* r, /etc/mysql/*.cnf r, /usr/lib/mysql/plugin/ r, /usr/lib/mysql/plugin/*.so* mr, /usr/sbin/mysqld mr, /usr/share/mysql/** r, /var/log/mysql.log rw, /var/log/mysql.err rw, /var/lib/mysql/ r, /var/lib/mysql/** rwk, /var/log/mysql/ r, /var/log/mysql/* rw, /{,var/}run/mysqld/mysqld.pid w, /{,var/}run/mysqld/mysqld.sock w, /srv/mysql/ r, /srv/mysql/** rwk, /sys/devices/system/cpu/ r, # Site-specific additions and overrides. See local/README for details. #include <local/usr.sbin.mysqld> } Any suggestions? UPD1: $ touch /srv/mysql/sockets/mysql-myDB.sock $ sudo chown mysql:mysql /srv/mysql/sockets/mysql-myDB.sock $ ls -l /srv/mysql/sockets/mysql-myDB.sock -rw-rw-r-- 1 mysql mysql 0 2012-02-22 14:29 /srv/mysql/sockets/mysql-myDB.sock $ sudo /usr/bin/mysqld_safe --datadir=/srv/mysql/myDB --log-error=/srv/mysql/logs/mysqld-myDB.log --pid-file=/srv/mysql/pids/mysqld-myDB.pid --user=mysql --socket=/srv/mysql/sockets/mysql-myDB.sock --port=3700 120222 14:30:18 mysqld_safe Can't log to error log and syslog at the same time. Remove all --log-error configuration options for --syslog to take effect. 120222 14:30:18 mysqld_safe Logging to '/srv/mysql/logs/mysqld-myDB.log'. 120222 14:30:18 mysqld_safe Starting mysqld daemon with databases from /srv/mysqlmyDB 120222 14:30:24 mysqld_safe mysqld from pid file /srv/mysql/pids/mysqld-myDB.pid ended $ ls -l /srv/mysql/sockets/mysql-myDB.sock ls: cannot access /srv/mysql/sockets/mysql-myDB.sock: No such file or directory $ UPD2: $ sudo netstat -lnp | grep mysql tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:3306 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN 1093/mysqld unix 2 [ ACC ] STREAM LISTENING 5912 1093/mysqld /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock $ sudo lsof | grep /srv/mysql/sockets/mysql-myDB.sock lsof: WARNING: can't stat() fuse.gvfs-fuse-daemon file system /home/sears/.gvfs Output information may be incomplete. UPD3: $ cat /etc/mysql/my.cnf # # The MySQL database server configuration file. # # You can copy this to one of: # - "/etc/mysql/my.cnf" to set global options, # - "~/.my.cnf" to set user-specific options. # # One can use all long options that the program supports. # Run program with --help to get a list of available options and with # --print-defaults to see which it would actually understand and use. # # For explanations see # http://dev.mysql.com/doc/mysql/en/server-system-variables.html # This will be passed to all mysql clients # It has been reported that passwords should be enclosed with ticks/quotes # escpecially if they contain "#" chars... # Remember to edit /etc/mysql/debian.cnf when changing the socket location. [client] port = 3306 socket = /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock # Here is entries for some specific programs # The following values assume you have at least 32M ram # This was formally known as [safe_mysqld]. Both versions are currently parsed. [mysqld_safe] socket = /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock nice = 0 [mysqld] # # * Basic Settings # # # * IMPORTANT # If you make changes to these settings and your system uses apparmor, you may # also need to also adjust /etc/apparmor.d/usr.sbin.mysqld. # user = mysql socket = /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock port = 3306 basedir = /usr datadir = /var/lib/mysql tmpdir = /tmp skip-external-locking # # Instead of skip-networking the default is now to listen only on # localhost which is more compatible and is not less secure. #bind-address = 127.0.0.1 # # * Fine Tuning # key_buffer = 16M max_allowed_packet = 16M thread_stack = 192K thread_cache_size = 8 # This replaces the startup script and checks MyISAM tables if needed # the first time they are touched myisam-recover = BACKUP #max_connections = 100 #table_cache = 64 #thread_concurrency = 10 # # * Query Cache Configuration # query_cache_limit = 1M query_cache_size = 16M # # * Logging and Replication # # Both location gets rotated by the cronjob. # Be aware that this log type is a performance killer. # As of 5.1 you can enable the log at runtime! #general_log_file = /var/log/mysql/mysql.log #general_log = 1 log_error = /var/log/mysql/error.log # Here you can see queries with especially long duration #log_slow_queries = /var/log/mysql/mysql-slow.log #long_query_time = 2 #log-queries-not-using-indexes # # The following can be used as easy to replay backup logs or for replication. # note: if you are setting up a replication slave, see README.Debian about # other settings you may need to change. #server-id = 1 #log_bin = /var/log/mysql/mysql-bin.log expire_logs_days = 10 max_binlog_size = 100M #binlog_do_db = include_database_name #binlog_ignore_db = include_database_name # # * InnoDB # # InnoDB is enabled by default with a 10MB datafile in /var/lib/mysql/. # Read the manual for more InnoDB related options. There are many! # # * Security Features # # Read the manual, too, if you want chroot! # chroot = /var/lib/mysql/ # # For generating SSL certificates I recommend the OpenSSL GUI "tinyca". # # ssl-ca=/etc/mysql/cacert.pem # ssl-cert=/etc/mysql/server-cert.pem # ssl-key=/etc/mysql/server-key.pem [mysqldump] quick quote-names max_allowed_packet = 16M [mysql] #no-auto-rehash # faster start of mysql but no tab completition [isamchk] key_buffer = 16M # # * IMPORTANT: Additional settings that can override those from this file! # The files must end with '.cnf', otherwise they'll be ignored. # !includedir /etc/mysql/conf.d/

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  • Upgrading MySQL causes errors

    - by user1032531
    I am running Centos 5.8 (Linux 2.6.18-308.13.1.el5 on x86_64), and wish to upgrade MySQL version 5.0.95. I am using a tutorial found at http://www.if-not-true-then-false.com/2010/install-mysql-on-fedora-centos-red-hat-rhel/. When I get to the following, I get the host of errors. Seems to have something to do with going from 386 to 86x64. Can anyone help? Thanks yum --enablerepo=remi,remi-test update mysql mysql-server Transaction Check Error: file /etc/my.cnf from install of mysql50-5.0.96-2.ius.el5.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/info/mysql.info.gz from install of mysql50-5.0.96-2.ius.el5.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/man/man1/mysql.1.gz from install of mysql50-5.0.96-2.ius.el5.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/man/man1/mysqlaccess.1.gz from install of mysql50-5.0.96-2.ius.el5.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/man/man1/mysqladmin.1.gz from install of mysql50-5.0.96-2.ius.el5.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/man/man1/mysqldump.1.gz from install of mysql50-5.0.96-2.ius.el5.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/man/man1/mysqlshow.1.gz from install of mysql50-5.0.96-2.ius.el5.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /etc/my.cnf from install of mysql-libs-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/mysql/charsets/Index.xml from install of mysql-libs-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/mysql/charsets/cp1250.xml from install of mysql-libs-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/mysql/charsets/cp1251.xml from install of mysql-libs-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/mysql/czech/errmsg.sys from install of mysql-libs-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/mysql/danish/errmsg.sys from install of mysql-libs-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/mysql/dutch/errmsg.sys from install of mysql-libs-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/mysql/english/errmsg.sys from install of mysql-libs-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/mysql/estonian/errmsg.sys from install of mysql-libs-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/mysql/french/errmsg.sys from install of mysql-libs-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/mysql/german/errmsg.sys from install of mysql-libs-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/mysql/greek/errmsg.sys from install of mysql-libs-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/mysql/hungarian/errmsg.sys from install of mysql-libs-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/mysql/italian/errmsg.sys from install of mysql-libs-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/mysql/japanese/errmsg.sys from install of mysql-libs-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/mysql/korean/errmsg.sys from install of mysql-libs-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/mysql/norwegian-ny/errmsg.sys from install of mysql-libs-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/mysql/norwegian/errmsg.sys from install of mysql-libs-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/mysql/polish/errmsg.sys from install of mysql-libs-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/mysql/portuguese/errmsg.sys from install of mysql-libs-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/mysql/romanian/errmsg.sys from install of mysql-libs-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/mysql/russian/errmsg.sys from install of mysql-libs-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/mysql/serbian/errmsg.sys from install of mysql-libs-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/mysql/slovak/errmsg.sys from install of mysql-libs-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/mysql/spanish/errmsg.sys from install of mysql-libs-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/mysql/swedish/errmsg.sys from install of mysql-libs-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/mysql/ukrainian/errmsg.sys from install of mysql-libs-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/bin/mysqlaccess from install of mysql-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/man/man1/my_print_defaults.1.gz from install of mysql-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/man/man1/mysql.1.gz from install of mysql-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/man/man1/mysql_config.1.gz from install of mysql-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/man/man1/mysql_find_rows.1.gz from install of mysql-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/man/man1/mysql_waitpid.1.gz from install of mysql-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/man/man1/mysqlaccess.1.gz from install of mysql-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/man/man1/mysqladmin.1.gz from install of mysql-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/man/man1/mysqldump.1.gz from install of mysql-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386 file /usr/share/man/man1/mysqlshow.1.gz from install of mysql-5.5.28-1.el5.remi.x86_64 conflicts with file from package mysql-5.0.95-1.el5_7.1.i386

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  • MySQL 5.5 is GA!

    - by rob.young(at)oracle.com
    It is my pleasure to announce that MySQL 5.5 is now GA and ready for production deployment.  You can read Oracle's official press release here. I am excited about 5.5 because of the performance and scalability gains, new replication enhancements and overall improved technical efficiencies.  Congratulations and a sincere "Thanks!" go out to the entire MySQL Community and product engineering teams for making 5.5 the best release of MySQL to date.Please join us for today's MySQL Technology Update webcast where Tomas Ulin and I will cover what's new in MySQL 5.5 and provide an update on the other technologies we are working on. You can download MySQL 5.5 here.  All of the documentation and what's new information is here.  There is also a great article on MySQL 5.5 and the MySQL community here.Thanks for reading, and as always, THANKS for your support of MySQL!

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  • New MySQL Cluster 7.3 Previews: Foreign Keys, NoSQL Node.js API and Auto-Tuned Clusters

    - by Mat Keep
    At this weeks MySQL Connect conference, Oracle previewed an exciting new wave of developments for MySQL Cluster, further extending its simplicity and flexibility by expanding the range of use-cases, adding new NoSQL options, and automating configuration. What’s new: Development Release 1: MySQL Cluster 7.3 with Foreign Keys Early Access “Labs” Preview: MySQL Cluster NoSQL API for Node.js Early Access “Labs” Preview: MySQL Cluster GUI-Based Auto-Installer In this blog, I'll introduce you to the features being previewed. Review the blogs listed below for more detail on each of the specific features discussed. Save the date!: A live webinar is scheduled for Thursday 25th October at 0900 Pacific Time / 1600UTC where we will discuss each of these enhancements in more detail. Registration will be open soon and published to the MySQL webinars page MySQL Cluster 7.3: Development Release 1 The first MySQL Cluster 7.3 Development Milestone Release (DMR) previews Foreign Keys, bringing powerful new functionality to MySQL Cluster while eliminating development complexity. Foreign Key support has been one of the most requested enhancements to MySQL Cluster – enabling users to simplify their data models and application logic – while extending the range of use-cases for both custom projects requiring referential integrity and packaged applications, such as eCommerce, CRM, CMS, etc. Implementation The Foreign Key functionality is implemented directly within the MySQL Cluster data nodes, allowing any client API accessing the cluster to benefit from them – whether they are SQL or one of the NoSQL interfaces (Memcached, C++, Java, JPA, HTTP/REST or the new Node.js API - discussed later.) The core referential actions defined in the SQL:2003 standard are implemented: CASCADE RESTRICT NO ACTION SET NULL In addition, the MySQL Cluster implementation supports the online adding and dropping of Foreign Keys, ensuring the Cluster continues to serve both read and write requests during the operation.  This represents a further enhancement to MySQL Cluster's support for on0line schema changes, ie adding and dropping indexes, adding columns, etc.  Read this blog for a demonstration of using Foreign Keys with MySQL Cluster.  Getting Started with MySQL Cluster 7.3 DMR1: Users can download either the source or binary and evaluate the MySQL Cluster 7.3 DMR with Foreign Keys now! (Select the Development Release tab). MySQL Cluster NoSQL API for Node.js Node.js is hot! In a little over 3 years, it has become one of the most popular environments for developing next generation web, cloud, mobile and social applications. Bringing JavaScript from the browser to the server, the design goal of Node.js is to build new real-time applications supporting millions of client connections, serviced by a single CPU core. Making it simple to further extend the flexibility and power of Node.js to the database layer, we are previewing the Node.js Javascript API for MySQL Cluster as an Early Access release, available for download now from http://labs.mysql.com/. Select the following build: MySQL-Cluster-NoSQL-Connector-for-Node-js Alternatively, you can clone the project at the MySQL GitHub page.  Implemented as a module for the V8 engine, the new API provides Node.js with a native, asynchronous JavaScript interface that can be used to both query and receive results sets directly from MySQL Cluster, without transformations to SQL. Figure 1: MySQL Cluster NoSQL API for Node.js enables end-to-end JavaScript development Rather than just presenting a simple interface to the database, the Node.js module integrates the MySQL Cluster native API library directly within the web application itself, enabling developers to seamlessly couple their high performance, distributed applications with a high performance, distributed, persistence layer delivering 99.999% availability. The new Node.js API joins a rich array of NoSQL interfaces available for MySQL Cluster. Whichever API is chosen for an application, SQL and NoSQL can be used concurrently across the same data set, providing the ultimate in developer flexibility.  Get started with MySQL Cluster NoSQL API for Node.js tutorial MySQL Cluster GUI-Based Auto-Installer Compatible with both MySQL Cluster 7.2 and 7.3, the Auto-Installer makes it simple for DevOps teams to quickly configure and provision highly optimized MySQL Cluster deployments – whether on-premise or in the cloud. Implemented with a standard HTML GUI and Python-based web server back-end, the Auto-Installer intelligently configures MySQL Cluster based on application requirements and auto-discovered hardware resources Figure 2: Automated Tuning and Configuration of MySQL Cluster Developed by the same engineering team responsible for the MySQL Cluster database, the installer provides standardized configurations that make it simple, quick and easy to build stable and high performance clustered environments. The auto-installer is previewed as an Early Access release, available for download now from http://labs.mysql.com/, by selecting the MySQL-Cluster-Auto-Installer build. You can read more about getting started with the MySQL Cluster auto-installer here. Watch the YouTube video for a demonstration of using the MySQL Cluster auto-installer Getting Started with MySQL Cluster If you are new to MySQL Cluster, the Getting Started guide will walk you through installing an evaluation cluster on a singe host (these guides reflect MySQL Cluster 7.2, but apply equally well to 7.3 and the Early Access previews). Or use the new MySQL Cluster Auto-Installer! Download the Guide to Scaling Web Databases with MySQL Cluster (to learn more about its architecture, design and ideal use-cases). Post any questions to the MySQL Cluster forum where our Engineering team and the MySQL Cluster community will attempt to assist you. Post any bugs you find to the MySQL bug tracking system (select MySQL Cluster from the Category drop-down menu) And if you have any feedback, please post them to the Comments section here or in the blogs referenced in this article. Summary MySQL Cluster 7.2 is the GA, production-ready release of MySQL Cluster. The first Development Release of MySQL Cluster 7.3 and the Early Access previews give you the opportunity to preview and evaluate future developments in the MySQL Cluster database, and we are very excited to be able to share that with you. Let us know how you get along with MySQL Cluster 7.3, and other features that you want to see in future releases, by using the comments of this blog.

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  • Why is there a /etc/init.d/mysql file on this Slackware machine? How could it have gotten there?

    - by jasonspiro
    A client of my IT-consulting service owns a web-development shop. He's been having problems with a Slackware 12.0 server running MySQL 5.0.67. The machine was set up by the client's sysadmin, who left on bad terms. My client no longer employs a sysadmin. As far as I can tell, the only copy of MySQL that's installed is the one described in /var/log/packages/mysql-5.0.67-i486-1: PACKAGE NAME: mysql-5.0.67-i486-1 COMPRESSED PACKAGE SIZE: 16828 K UNCOMPRESSED PACKAGE SIZE: 33840 K PACKAGE LOCATION: /var/slapt-get/archives/./slackware/ap/mysql-5.0.67-i486-1.tgz PACKAGE DESCRIPTION: mysql: mysql (SQL-based relational database server) mysql: mysql: MySQL is a fast, multi-threaded, multi-user, and robust SQL mysql: (Structured Query Language) database server. It comes with a nice API mysql: which makes it easy to integrate into other applications. mysql: mysql: The home page for MySQL is http://www.mysql.com/ mysql: mysql: mysql: mysql: FILE LIST: ./ var/ var/lib/ var/lib/mysql/ var/run/ var/run/mysql/ install/ install/doinst.sh install/slack-desc usr/ usr/include/ usr/include/mysql/ usr/include/mysql/my_alloc.h usr/include/mysql/sql_common.h usr/include/mysql/my_dbug.h usr/include/mysql/errmsg.h usr/include/mysql/my_pthread.h usr/include/mysql/my_list.h usr/include/mysql/mysql.h usr/include/mysql/sslopt-vars.h usr/include/mysql/my_config.h usr/include/mysql/mysql_com.h usr/include/mysql/m_string.h usr/include/mysql/sslopt-case.h usr/include/mysql/my_xml.h usr/include/mysql/sql_state.h usr/include/mysql/my_global.h usr/include/mysql/my_sys.h usr/include/mysql/mysqld_ername.h usr/include/mysql/mysqld_error.h usr/include/mysql/sslopt-longopts.h usr/include/mysql/keycache.h usr/include/mysql/my_net.h usr/include/mysql/mysql_version.h usr/include/mysql/my_no_pthread.h usr/include/mysql/decimal.h usr/include/mysql/readline.h usr/include/mysql/my_attribute.h usr/include/mysql/typelib.h usr/include/mysql/my_dir.h usr/include/mysql/raid.h usr/include/mysql/m_ctype.h usr/include/mysql/mysql_embed.h usr/include/mysql/mysql_time.h usr/include/mysql/my_getopt.h usr/lib/ usr/lib/mysql/ usr/lib/mysql/libmysqlclient_r.so.15.0.0 usr/lib/mysql/libmysqlclient_r.la usr/lib/mysql/libmyisammrg.a usr/lib/mysql/libmystrings.a usr/lib/mysql/libmyisam.a usr/lib/mysql/libmysqlclient.so.15.0.0 usr/lib/mysql/libmysqlclient_r.a usr/lib/mysql/libmysqlclient.a usr/lib/mysql/libheap.a usr/lib/mysql/libvio.a usr/lib/mysql/libmysqlclient.la usr/lib/mysql/libmysys.a usr/lib/mysql/libdbug.a usr/bin/ usr/bin/comp_err usr/bin/my_print_defaults usr/bin/resolve_stack_dump usr/bin/msql2mysql usr/bin/mysqltestmanager-pwgen usr/bin/myisampack usr/bin/replace usr/bin/mysqld_multi usr/bin/mysqlaccess usr/bin/mysql_install_db usr/bin/innochecksum usr/bin/myisam_ftdump usr/bin/mysqlcheck usr/bin/mysqltest usr/bin/mysql_upgrade_shell usr/bin/mysql_secure_installation usr/bin/mysql_fix_extensions usr/bin/mysqld_safe usr/bin/mysql_explain_log usr/bin/mysqlimport usr/bin/myisamlog usr/bin/mysql_tzinfo_to_sql usr/bin/mysql_upgrade usr/bin/mysqltestmanager usr/bin/mysql_fix_privilege_tables usr/bin/mysql_find_rows usr/bin/mysql_convert_table_format usr/bin/mysqltestmanagerc usr/bin/mysqlhotcopy usr/bin/mysqldump usr/bin/mysqlshow usr/bin/mysqlbug usr/bin/mysql_config usr/bin/mysqldumpslow usr/bin/mysql_waitpid usr/bin/mysqlbinlog usr/bin/mysql_client_test usr/bin/perror usr/bin/mysql usr/bin/myisamchk usr/bin/mysql_setpermission usr/bin/mysqladmin usr/bin/mysql_zap usr/bin/mysql_tableinfo usr/bin/resolveip usr/share/ usr/share/mysql/ usr/share/mysql/errmsg.txt usr/share/mysql/swedish/ usr/share/mysql/swedish/errmsg.sys usr/share/mysql/mysql_system_tables_data.sql usr/share/mysql/mysql.server usr/share/mysql/hungarian/ usr/share/mysql/hungarian/errmsg.sys usr/share/mysql/norwegian/ usr/share/mysql/norwegian/errmsg.sys usr/share/mysql/slovak/ usr/share/mysql/slovak/errmsg.sys usr/share/mysql/spanish/ usr/share/mysql/spanish/errmsg.sys usr/share/mysql/polish/ usr/share/mysql/polish/errmsg.sys usr/share/mysql/ukrainian/ usr/share/mysql/ukrainian/errmsg.sys usr/share/mysql/danish/ usr/share/mysql/danish/errmsg.sys usr/share/mysql/romanian/ usr/share/mysql/romanian/errmsg.sys usr/share/mysql/english/ usr/share/mysql/english/errmsg.sys usr/share/mysql/charsets/ usr/share/mysql/charsets/latin2.xml usr/share/mysql/charsets/greek.xml usr/share/mysql/charsets/koi8r.xml usr/share/mysql/charsets/latin1.xml usr/share/mysql/charsets/cp866.xml usr/share/mysql/charsets/geostd8.xml usr/share/mysql/charsets/cp1250.xml usr/share/mysql/charsets/koi8u.xml usr/share/mysql/charsets/cp852.xml usr/share/mysql/charsets/hebrew.xml usr/share/mysql/charsets/latin7.xml usr/share/mysql/charsets/README usr/share/mysql/charsets/ascii.xml usr/share/mysql/charsets/cp1251.xml usr/share/mysql/charsets/macce.xml usr/share/mysql/charsets/latin5.xml usr/share/mysql/charsets/Index.xml usr/share/mysql/charsets/macroman.xml usr/share/mysql/charsets/cp1256.xml usr/share/mysql/charsets/keybcs2.xml usr/share/mysql/charsets/swe7.xml usr/share/mysql/charsets/armscii8.xml usr/share/mysql/charsets/dec8.xml usr/share/mysql/charsets/cp1257.xml usr/share/mysql/charsets/hp8.xml usr/share/mysql/charsets/cp850.xml usr/share/mysql/korean/ usr/share/mysql/korean/errmsg.sys usr/share/mysql/german/ usr/share/mysql/german/errmsg.sys usr/share/mysql/mi_test_all.res usr/share/mysql/greek/ usr/share/mysql/greek/errmsg.sys usr/share/mysql/french/ usr/share/mysql/french/errmsg.sys usr/share/mysql/mysql_fix_privilege_tables.sql usr/share/mysql/dutch/ usr/share/mysql/dutch/errmsg.sys usr/share/mysql/serbian/ usr/share/mysql/serbian/errmsg.sys usr/share/mysql/mysql_system_tables.sql usr/share/mysql/my-huge.cnf usr/share/mysql/portuguese/ usr/share/mysql/portuguese/errmsg.sys usr/share/mysql/japanese/ usr/share/mysql/japanese/errmsg.sys usr/share/mysql/mysql_test_data_timezone.sql usr/share/mysql/russian/ usr/share/mysql/russian/errmsg.sys usr/share/mysql/czech/ usr/share/mysql/czech/errmsg.sys usr/share/mysql/fill_help_tables.sql usr/share/mysql/estonian/ usr/share/mysql/estonian/errmsg.sys usr/share/mysql/my-medium.cnf usr/share/mysql/norwegian-ny/ usr/share/mysql/norwegian-ny/errmsg.sys usr/share/mysql/my-small.cnf usr/share/mysql/mysql-log-rotate usr/share/mysql/italian/ usr/share/mysql/italian/errmsg.sys usr/share/mysql/my-large.cnf usr/share/mysql/ndb-config-2-node.ini usr/share/mysql/binary-configure usr/share/mysql/mi_test_all usr/share/mysql/mysqld_multi.server usr/share/mysql/my-innodb-heavy-4G.cnf usr/doc/ usr/doc/mysql-5.0.67/ usr/doc/mysql-5.0.67/README usr/doc/mysql-5.0.67/Docs/ usr/doc/mysql-5.0.67/Docs/INSTALL-BINARY usr/doc/mysql-5.0.67/COPYING usr/info/ usr/info/mysql.info.gz usr/libexec/ usr/libexec/mysqld usr/libexec/mysqlmanager usr/man/ usr/man/man8/ usr/man/man8/mysqlmanager.8.gz usr/man/man8/mysqld.8.gz usr/man/man1/ usr/man/man1/mysql_zap.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysql_setpermission.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysql_tzinfo_to_sql.1.gz usr/man/man1/msql2mysql.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysql_tableinfo.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysql_explain_log.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysqlcheck.1.gz usr/man/man1/comp_err.1.gz usr/man/man1/my_print_defaults.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysqlbinlog.1.gz usr/man/man1/myisam_ftdump.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysql_upgrade.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysql.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysql_client_test.1.gz usr/man/man1/resolve_stack_dump.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysql_fix_extensions.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysqlmanagerc.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysql_config.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysqlshow.1.gz usr/man/man1/myisamlog.1.gz usr/man/man1/replace.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysqlmanager-pwgen.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysqltest.1.gz usr/man/man1/innochecksum.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysqladmin.1.gz usr/man/man1/perror.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysql_waitpid.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysql_convert_table_format.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysqlman.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysqlimport.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysqlbug.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysql_find_rows.1.gz usr/man/man1/myisampack.1.gz usr/man/man1/myisamchk.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysql_fix_privilege_tables.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysql-stress-test.pl.1.gz usr/man/man1/resolveip.1.gz usr/man/man1/make_win_bin_dist.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysqlhotcopy.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysqld_multi.1.gz usr/man/man1/safe_mysqld.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysql_secure_installation.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysql_install_db.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysqldump.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysql-test-run.pl.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysqld_safe.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysqlaccess.1.gz usr/man/man1/mysql.server.1.gz usr/man/man1/make_win_src_distribution.1.gz etc/ etc/rc.d/ etc/rc.d/rc.mysqld.new etc/my-huge.cnf etc/my-medium.cnf etc/my-small.cnf etc/my-large.cnf /etc/rc.d/rc.mysqld is an ordinary Slackware-type start/stop script: #!/bin/sh # Start/stop/restart mysqld. # # Copyright 2003 Patrick J. Volkerding, Concord, CA # Copyright 2003 Slackware Linux, Inc., Concord, CA # # This program comes with NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law. # You may redistribute copies of this program under the terms of the # GNU General Public License. # To start MySQL automatically at boot, be sure this script is executable: # chmod 755 /etc/rc.d/rc.mysqld # Before you can run MySQL, you must have a database. To install an initial # database, do this as root: # # su - mysql # mysql_install_db # # Note that step one is becoming the mysql user. It's important to do this # before making any changes to the database, or mysqld won't be able to write # to it later (this can be fixed with 'chown -R mysql.mysql /var/lib/mysql'). # To allow outside connections to the database comment out the next line. # If you don't need incoming network connections, then leave the line # uncommented to improve system security. #SKIP="--skip-networking" # Start mysqld: mysqld_start() { if [ -x /usr/bin/mysqld_safe ]; then # If there is an old PID file (no mysqld running), clean it up: if [ -r /var/run/mysql/mysql.pid ]; then if ! ps axc | grep mysqld 1> /dev/null 2> /dev/null ; then echo "Cleaning up old /var/run/mysql/mysql.pid." rm -f /var/run/mysql/mysql.pid fi fi /usr/bin/mysqld_safe --datadir=/var/lib/mysql --pid-file=/var/run/mysql/mysql.pid $SKIP & fi } # Stop mysqld: mysqld_stop() { # If there is no PID file, ignore this request... if [ -r /var/run/mysql/mysql.pid ]; then killall mysqld # Wait at least one minute for it to exit, as we don't know how big the DB is... for second in 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 \ 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 60 ; do if [ ! -r /var/run/mysql/mysql.pid ]; then break; fi sleep 1 done if [ "$second" = "60" ]; then echo "WARNING: Gave up waiting for mysqld to exit!" sleep 15 fi fi } # Restart mysqld: mysqld_restart() { mysqld_stop mysqld_start } case "$1" in 'start') mysqld_start ;; 'stop') mysqld_stop ;; 'restart') mysqld_restart ;; *) echo "usage $0 start|stop|restart" esac But there's also an unexpected init script on the machine, named /etc/init.d/mysql: #!/bin/sh # Copyright Abandoned 1996 TCX DataKonsult AB & Monty Program KB & Detron HB # This file is public domain and comes with NO WARRANTY of any kind # MySQL daemon start/stop script. # Usually this is put in /etc/init.d (at least on machines SYSV R4 based # systems) and linked to /etc/rc3.d/S99mysql and /etc/rc0.d/K01mysql. # When this is done the mysql server will be started when the machine is # started and shut down when the systems goes down. # Comments to support chkconfig on RedHat Linux # chkconfig: 2345 64 36 # description: A very fast and reliable SQL database engine. # Comments to support LSB init script conventions ### BEGIN INIT INFO # Provides: mysql # Required-Start: $local_fs $network $remote_fs # Should-Start: ypbind nscd ldap ntpd xntpd # Required-Stop: $local_fs $network $remote_fs # Default-Start: 2 3 4 5 # Default-Stop: 0 1 6 # Short-Description: start and stop MySQL # Description: MySQL is a very fast and reliable SQL database engine. ### END INIT INFO # If you install MySQL on some other places than /usr, then you # have to do one of the following things for this script to work: # # - Run this script from within the MySQL installation directory # - Create a /etc/my.cnf file with the following information: # [mysqld] # basedir=<path-to-mysql-installation-directory> # - Add the above to any other configuration file (for example ~/.my.ini) # and copy my_print_defaults to /usr/bin # - Add the path to the mysql-installation-directory to the basedir variable # below. # # If you want to affect other MySQL variables, you should make your changes # in the /etc/my.cnf, ~/.my.cnf or other MySQL configuration files. # If you change base dir, you must also change datadir. These may get # overwritten by settings in the MySQL configuration files. #basedir= #datadir= # Default value, in seconds, afterwhich the script should timeout waiting # for server start. # Value here is overriden by value in my.cnf. # 0 means don't wait at all # Negative numbers mean to wait indefinitely service_startup_timeout=900 # The following variables are only set for letting mysql.server find things. # Set some defaults pid_file=/var/run/mysql/mysql.pid server_pid_file=/var/run/mysql/mysql.pid use_mysqld_safe=1 user=mysql if test -z "$basedir" then basedir=/usr bindir=/usr/bin if test -z "$datadir" then datadir=/var/lib/mysql fi sbindir=/usr/sbin libexecdir=/usr/libexec else bindir="$basedir/bin" if test -z "$datadir" then datadir="$basedir/data" fi sbindir="$basedir/sbin" libexecdir="$basedir/libexec" fi # datadir_set is used to determine if datadir was set (and so should be # *not* set inside of the --basedir= handler.) datadir_set= # # Use LSB init script functions for printing messages, if possible # lsb_functions="/lib/lsb/init-functions" if test -f $lsb_functions ; then . $lsb_functions else log_success_msg() { echo " SUCCESS! $@" } log_failure_msg() { echo " ERROR! $@" } fi PATH=/sbin:/usr/sbin:/bin:/usr/bin:$basedir/bin export PATH mode=$1 # start or stop shift other_args="$*" # uncommon, but needed when called from an RPM upgrade action # Expected: "--skip-networking --skip-grant-tables" # They are not checked here, intentionally, as it is the resposibility # of the "spec" file author to give correct arguments only. case `echo "testing\c"`,`echo -n testing` in *c*,-n*) echo_n= echo_c= ;; *c*,*) echo_n=-n echo_c= ;; *) echo_n= echo_c='\c' ;; esac parse_server_arguments() { for arg do case "$arg" in --basedir=*) basedir=`echo "$arg" | sed -e 's/^[^=]*=//'` bindir="$basedir/bin" if test -z "$datadir_set"; then datadir="$basedir/data" fi sbindir="$basedir/sbin" libexecdir="$basedir/libexec" ;; --datadir=*) datadir=`echo "$arg" | sed -e 's/^[^=]*=//'` datadir_set=1 ;; --user=*) user=`echo "$arg" | sed -e 's/^[^=]*=//'` ;; --pid-file=*) server_pid_file=`echo "$arg" | sed -e 's/^[^=]*=//'` ;; --service-startup-timeout=*) service_startup_timeout=`echo "$arg" | sed -e 's/^[^=]*=//'` ;; --use-mysqld_safe) use_mysqld_safe=1;; --use-manager) use_mysqld_safe=0;; esac done } parse_manager_arguments() { for arg do case "$arg" in --pid-file=*) pid_file=`echo "$arg" | sed -e 's/^[^=]*=//'` ;; --user=*) user=`echo "$arg" | sed -e 's/^[^=]*=//'` ;; esac done } wait_for_pid () { verb="$1" manager_pid="$2" # process ID of the program operating on the pid-file i=0 avoid_race_condition="by checking again" while test $i -ne $service_startup_timeout ; do case "$verb" in 'created') # wait for a PID-file to pop into existence. test -s $pid_file && i='' && break ;; 'removed') # wait for this PID-file to disappear test ! -s $pid_file && i='' && break ;; *) echo "wait_for_pid () usage: wait_for_pid created|removed manager_pid" exit 1 ;; esac # if manager isn't running, then pid-file will never be updated if test -n "$manager_pid"; then if kill -0 "$manager_pid" 2>/dev/null; then : # the manager still runs else # The manager may have exited between the last pid-file check and now. if test -n "$avoid_race_condition"; then avoid_race_condition="" continue # Check again. fi # there's nothing that will affect the file. log_failure_msg "Manager of pid-file quit without updating file." return 1 # not waiting any more. fi fi echo $echo_n ".$echo_c" i=`expr $i + 1` sleep 1 done if test -z "$i" ; then log_success_msg return 0 else log_failure_msg return 1 fi } # Get arguments from the my.cnf file, # the only group, which is read from now on is [mysqld] if test -x ./bin/my_print_defaults then print_defaults="./bin/my_print_defaults" elif test -x $bindir/my_print_defaults then print_defaults="$bindir/my_print_defaults" elif test -x $bindir/mysql_print_defaults then print_defaults="$bindir/mysql_print_defaults" else # Try to find basedir in /etc/my.cnf conf=/etc/my.cnf print_defaults= if test -r $conf then subpat='^[^=]*basedir[^=]*=\(.*\)$' dirs=`sed -e "/$subpat/!d" -e 's//\1/' $conf` for d in $dirs do d=`echo $d | sed -e 's/[ ]//g'` if test -x "$d/bin/my_print_defaults" then print_defaults="$d/bin/my_print_defaults" break fi if test -x "$d/bin/mysql_print_defaults" then print_defaults="$d/bin/mysql_print_defaults" break fi done fi # Hope it's in the PATH ... but I doubt it test -z "$print_defaults" && print_defaults="my_print_defaults" fi # # Read defaults file from 'basedir'. If there is no defaults file there # check if it's in the old (depricated) place (datadir) and read it from there # extra_args="" if test -r "$basedir/my.cnf" then extra_args="-e $basedir/my.cnf" else if test -r "$datadir/my.cnf" then extra_args="-e $datadir/my.cnf" fi fi parse_server_arguments `$print_defaults $extra_args mysqld server mysql_server mysql.server` # Look for the pidfile parse_manager_arguments `$print_defaults $extra_args manager` # # Set pid file if not given # if test -z "$pid_file" then pid_file=$datadir/mysqlmanager-`/bin/hostname`.pid else case "$pid_file" in /* ) ;; * ) pid_file="$datadir/$pid_file" ;; esac fi if test -z "$server_pid_file" then server_pid_file=$datadir/`/bin/hostname`.pid else case "$server_pid_file" in /* ) ;; * ) server_pid_file="$datadir/$server_pid_file" ;; esac fi case "$mode" in 'start') # Start daemon # Safeguard (relative paths, core dumps..) cd $basedir manager=$bindir/mysqlmanager if test -x $libexecdir/mysqlmanager then manager=$libexecdir/mysqlmanager elif test -x $sbindir/mysqlmanager then manager=$sbindir/mysqlmanager fi echo $echo_n "Starting MySQL" if test -x $manager -a "$use_mysqld_safe" = "0" then if test -n "$other_args" then log_failure_msg "MySQL manager does not support options '$other_args'" exit 1 fi # Give extra arguments to mysqld with the my.cnf file. This script may # be overwritten at next upgrade. $manager --user=$user --pid-file=$pid_file >/dev/null 2>&1 & wait_for_pid created $!; return_value=$? # Make lock for RedHat / SuSE if test -w /var/lock/subsys then touch /var/lock/subsys/mysqlmanager fi exit $return_value elif test -x $bindir/mysqld_safe then # Give extra arguments to mysqld with the my.cnf file. This script # may be overwritten at next upgrade. pid_file=$server_pid_file $bindir/mysqld_safe --datadir=$datadir --pid-file=$server_pid_file $other_args >/dev/null 2>&1 & wait_for_pid created $!; return_value=$? # Make lock for RedHat / SuSE if test -w /var/lock/subsys then touch /var/lock/subsys/mysql fi exit $return_value else log_failure_msg "Couldn't find MySQL manager ($manager) or server ($bindir/mysqld_safe)" fi ;; 'stop') # Stop daemon. We use a signal here to avoid having to know the # root password. # The RedHat / SuSE lock directory to remove lock_dir=/var/lock/subsys/mysqlmanager # If the manager pid_file doesn't exist, try the server's if test ! -s "$pid_file" then pid_file=$server_pid_file lock_dir=/var/lock/subsys/mysql fi if test -s "$pid_file" then mysqlmanager_pid=`cat $pid_file` echo $echo_n "Shutting down MySQL" kill $mysqlmanager_pid # mysqlmanager should remove the pid_file when it exits, so wait for it. wait_for_pid removed "$mysqlmanager_pid"; return_value=$? # delete lock for RedHat / SuSE if test -f $lock_dir then rm -f $lock_dir fi exit $return_value else log_failure_msg "MySQL manager or server PID file could not be found!" fi ;; 'restart') # Stop the service and regardless of whether it was # running or not, start it again. if $0 stop $other_args; then $0 start $other_args else log_failure_msg "Failed to stop running server, so refusing to try to start." exit 1 fi ;; 'reload'|'force-reload') if test -s "$server_pid_file" ; then read mysqld_pid < $server_pid_file kill -HUP $mysqld_pid && log_success_msg "Reloading service MySQL" touch $server_pid_file else log_failure_msg "MySQL PID file could not be found!" exit 1 fi ;; 'status') # First, check to see if pid file exists if test -s "$server_pid_file" ; then read mysqld_pid < $server_pid_file if kill -0 $mysqld_pid 2>/dev/null ; then log_success_msg "MySQL running ($mysqld_pid)" exit 0 else log_failure_msg "MySQL is not running, but PID file exists" exit 1 fi else # Try to find appropriate mysqld process mysqld_pid=`pidof $sbindir/mysqld` if test -z $mysqld_pid ; then if test "$use_mysqld_safe" = "0" ; then lockfile=/var/lock/subsys/mysqlmanager else lockfile=/var/lock/subsys/mysql fi if test -f $lockfile ; then log_failure_msg "MySQL is not running, but lock exists" exit 2 fi log_failure_msg "MySQL is not running" exit 3 else log_failure_msg "MySQL is running but PID file could not be found" exit 4 fi fi ;; *) # usage echo "Usage: $0 {start|stop|restart|reload|force-reload|status} [ MySQL server options ]" exit 1 ;; esac exit 0 An unimportant aside: The previous users of the machine kept a messy home directory. Their home directory was /root. I've pasted a copy at http://www.pastebin.ca/2167496. My question: Why is there a /etc/init.d/mysql file on this Slackware machine? How could it have gotten there? P.S. This question is far from perfect. Please feel free to edit it.

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  • Can't start mysql - mysql respawning too fast, stopped

    - by Tom
    Today I did a fresh install of ubuntu 12.04 and went about setting up my local development environment. I installed mysql and edited /etc/mysql/my.cnf to optimise InnoDB but when I try to restart mysql, it fails with a error: [20:53][[email protected]:/var/www/website] (master) $ sudo service mysql restart start: Job failed to start The syslog reveals there is a problem with the init script: > tail -f /var/log/syslog Apr 28 21:17:46 Pochama kernel: [11840.884524] type=1400 audit(1335644266.033:184): apparmor="STATUS" operation="profile_replace" name="/usr/sbin/mysqld" pid=760 comm="apparmor_parser" Apr 28 21:17:47 Pochama kernel: [11842.603773] init: mysql main process (764) terminated with status 7 Apr 28 21:17:47 Pochama kernel: [11842.603841] init: mysql main process ended, respawning Apr 28 21:17:48 Pochama kernel: [11842.932462] init: mysql post-start process (765) terminated with status 1 Apr 28 21:17:48 Pochama kernel: [11842.950393] type=1400 audit(1335644268.101:185): apparmor="STATUS" operation="profile_replace" name="/usr/sbin/mysqld" pid=811 comm="apparmor_parser" Apr 28 21:17:49 Pochama kernel: [11844.656598] init: mysql main process (815) terminated with status 7 Apr 28 21:17:49 Pochama kernel: [11844.656665] init: mysql main process ended, respawning Apr 28 21:17:50 Pochama kernel: [11845.004435] init: mysql post-start process (816) terminated with status 1 Apr 28 21:17:50 Pochama kernel: [11845.021777] type=1400 audit(1335644270.173:186): apparmor="STATUS" operation="profile_replace" name="/usr/sbin/mysqld" pid=865 comm="apparmor_parser" Apr 28 21:17:51 Pochama kernel: [11846.721982] init: mysql main process (871) terminated with status 7 Apr 28 21:17:51 Pochama kernel: [11846.722001] init: mysql respawning too fast, stopped Any ideas? Things I tried already: I googled and found a Ubuntu bug with apparmor (https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/mysql-5.5/+bug/970366), I changed apparmor from enforce mode to complain mode: sudo apt-get install apparmor-utils sudo aa-complain /usr/sbin/mysqld sudo /etc/init.d/apparmor reload but it didn't help. I still can't start mysql. I also thought the issue may be because the InnoDB logfiles were a different size than mysql was expecting. I removed the innodb log files before restarting using: sudo mv /var/lib/mysql/ib_logfile* /tmp. No luck though. Workaround: I re-installed 12.04, made sure not to touch /etc/mysql/my.cnf in any way. Mysql is working so I can get on with what I need to do. But I will need to edit it at some point - Hopefully I'll have figured out a solution, or this question will have been answered by that point...

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  • Problem setting up Master-Master Replication in MySQL

    - by Andrew
    I am attempting to setup Master-Master Replication on two MySQL database servers. I have followed the steps in this guide, but it fails in the middle of Step 4 with SHOW MASTER STATUS; It simply returns an empty set. I get the same 3 errors in both servers' logs. MySQL errors on SQL1: [ERROR] Failed to open the relay log './sql1-relay-bin.000001' (relay_log_pos 4) [ERROR] Could not find target log during relay log initialization [ERROR] Failed to initialize the master info structure MySQL Errors on SQL2: [ERROR] Failed to open the relay log './sql2-relay-bin.000001' (relay_log_pos 4) [ERROR] Could not find target log during relay log initialization [ERROR] Failed to initialize the master info structure The errors make no sense because I'm not referencing those files in any of my configurations. I'm using Ubuntu Server 10.04 x64 and my configuration files are copied below. I don't know where to go from here or how to troubleshoot this. Please help. Thanks. /etc/mysql/my.cnf on SQL1: # # The MySQL database server configuration file. # # You can copy this to one of: # - "/etc/mysql/my.cnf" to set global options, # - "~/.my.cnf" to set user-specific options. # # One can use all long options that the program supports. # Run program with --help to get a list of available options and with # --print-defaults to see which it would actually understand and use. # # For explanations see # http://dev.mysql.com/doc/mysql/en/server-system-variables.html # This will be passed to all mysql clients # It has been reported that passwords should be enclosed with ticks/quotes # escpecially if they contain "#" chars... # Remember to edit /etc/mysql/debian.cnf when changing the socket location. [client] port = 3306 socket = /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock # Here is entries for some specific programs # The following values assume you have at least 32M ram # This was formally known as [safe_mysqld]. Both versions are currently parsed. [mysqld_safe] socket = /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock nice = 0 [mysqld] # # * Basic Settings # # # * IMPORTANT # If you make changes to these settings and your system uses apparmor, you may # also need to also adjust /etc/apparmor.d/usr.sbin.mysqld. # user = mysql socket = /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock port = 3306 basedir = /usr datadir = /var/lib/mysql tmpdir = /tmp skip-external-locking # # Instead of skip-networking the default is now to listen only on # localhost which is more compatible and is not less secure. bind-address = <SQL1's IP> # # * Fine Tuning # key_buffer = 16M max_allowed_packet = 16M thread_stack = 192K thread_cache_size = 8 # This replaces the startup script and checks MyISAM tables if needed # the first time they are touched myisam-recover = BACKUP #max_connections = 100 #table_cache = 64 #thread_concurrency = 10 # # * Query Cache Configuration # query_cache_limit = 1M query_cache_size = 16M # # * Logging and Replication # # Both location gets rotated by the cronjob. # Be aware that this log type is a performance killer. # As of 5.1 you can enable the log at runtime! #general_log_file = /var/log/mysql/mysql.log #general_log = 1 log_error = /var/log/mysql/error.log # Here you can see queries with especially long duration #log_slow_queries = /var/log/mysql/mysql-slow.log #long_query_time = 2 #log-queries-not-using-indexes # # The following can be used as easy to replay backup logs or for replication. # note: if you are setting up a replication slave, see README.Debian about # other settings you may need to change. server-id = 1 replicate-same-server-id = 0 auto-increment-increment = 2 auto-increment-offset = 1 master-host = <SQL2's IP> master-user = slave_user master-password = "slave_password" master-connect-retry = 60 replicate-do-db = db1 log-bin= /var/log/mysql/mysql-bin.log binlog-do-db = db1 binlog-ignore-db = mysql relay-log = /var/lib/mysql/slave-relay.log relay-log-index = /var/lib/mysql/slave-relay-log.index expire_logs_days = 10 max_binlog_size = 500M # # * InnoDB # # InnoDB is enabled by default with a 10MB datafile in /var/lib/mysql/. # Read the manual for more InnoDB related options. There are many! # # * Security Features # # Read the manual, too, if you want chroot! # chroot = /var/lib/mysql/ # # For generating SSL certificates I recommend the OpenSSL GUI "tinyca". # # ssl-ca=/etc/mysql/cacert.pem # ssl-cert=/etc/mysql/server-cert.pem # ssl-key=/etc/mysql/server-key.pem [mysqldump] quick quote-names max_allowed_packet = 16M [mysql] #no-auto-rehash # faster start of mysql but no tab completition [isamchk] key_buffer = 16M # # * IMPORTANT: Additional settings that can override those from this file! # The files must end with '.cnf', otherwise they'll be ignored. # !includedir /etc/mysql/conf.d/ /etc/mysql/my.cnf on SQL2: # # The MySQL database server configuration file. # # You can copy this to one of: # - "/etc/mysql/my.cnf" to set global options, # - "~/.my.cnf" to set user-specific options. # # One can use all long options that the program supports. # Run program with --help to get a list of available options and with # --print-defaults to see which it would actually understand and use. # # For explanations see # http://dev.mysql.com/doc/mysql/en/server-system-variables.html # This will be passed to all mysql clients # It has been reported that passwords should be enclosed with ticks/quotes # escpecially if they contain "#" chars... # Remember to edit /etc/mysql/debian.cnf when changing the socket location. [client] port = 3306 socket = /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock # Here is entries for some specific programs # The following values assume you have at least 32M ram # This was formally known as [safe_mysqld]. Both versions are currently parsed. [mysqld_safe] socket = /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock nice = 0 [mysqld] # # * Basic Settings # # # * IMPORTANT # If you make changes to these settings and your system uses apparmor, you may # also need to also adjust /etc/apparmor.d/usr.sbin.mysqld. # user = mysql socket = /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock port = 3306 basedir = /usr datadir = /var/lib/mysql tmpdir = /tmp skip-external-locking # # Instead of skip-networking the default is now to listen only on # localhost which is more compatible and is not less secure. bind-address = <SQL2's IP> # # * Fine Tuning # key_buffer = 16M max_allowed_packet = 16M thread_stack = 192K thread_cache_size = 8 # This replaces the startup script and checks MyISAM tables if needed # the first time they are touched myisam-recover = BACKUP #max_connections = 100 #table_cache = 64 #thread_concurrency = 10 # # * Query Cache Configuration # query_cache_limit = 1M query_cache_size = 16M # # * Logging and Replication # # Both location gets rotated by the cronjob. # Be aware that this log type is a performance killer. # As of 5.1 you can enable the log at runtime! #general_log_file = /var/log/mysql/mysql.log #general_log = 1 log_error = /var/log/mysql/error.log # Here you can see queries with especially long duration #log_slow_queries = /var/log/mysql/mysql-slow.log #long_query_time = 2 #log-queries-not-using-indexes # # The following can be used as easy to replay backup logs or for replication. # note: if you are setting up a replication slave, see README.Debian about # other settings you may need to change. server-id = 2 replicate-same-server-id = 0 auto-increment-increment = 2 auto-increment-offset = 2 master-host = <SQL1's IP> master-user = slave_user master-password = "slave_password" master-connect-retry = 60 replicate-do-db = db1 log-bin= /var/log/mysql/mysql-bin.log binlog-do-db = db1 binlog-ignore-db = mysql relay-log = /var/lib/mysql/slave-relay.log relay-log-index = /var/lib/mysql/slave-relay-log.index expire_logs_days = 10 max_binlog_size = 500M # # * InnoDB # # InnoDB is enabled by default with a 10MB datafile in /var/lib/mysql/. # Read the manual for more InnoDB related options. There are many! # # * Security Features # # Read the manual, too, if you want chroot! # chroot = /var/lib/mysql/ # # For generating SSL certificates I recommend the OpenSSL GUI "tinyca". # # ssl-ca=/etc/mysql/cacert.pem # ssl-cert=/etc/mysql/server-cert.pem # ssl-key=/etc/mysql/server-key.pem [mysqldump] quick quote-names max_allowed_packet = 16M [mysql] #no-auto-rehash # faster start of mysql but no tab completition [isamchk] key_buffer = 16M # # * IMPORTANT: Additional settings that can override those from this file! # The files must end with '.cnf', otherwise they'll be ignored. # !includedir /etc/mysql/conf.d/

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  • MySQL 5.5 - Lost connection to MySQL server during query

    - by bully
    I have an Ubuntu 12.04 LTS server running at a german hoster (virtualized system). # uname -a Linux ... 3.2.0-27-generic #43-Ubuntu SMP Fri Jul 6 14:25:57 UTC 2012 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux I want to migrate a Web CMS system, called Contao. It's not my first migration, but my first migration having connection issues with mysql. Migration went successfully, I have the same Contao version running (it's more or less just copy / paste). For the database behind, I did: apt-get install mysql-server phpmyadmin I set a root password and added a user for the CMS which has enough rights on its own database (and only its database) for doing the stuff it has to do. Data import via phpmyadmin worked just fine. I can access the backend of the CMS (which needs to deal with the database already). If I try to access the frontend now, I get the following error: Fatal error: Uncaught exception Exception with message Query error: Lost connection to MySQL server during query (<query statement here, nothing special, just a select>) thrown in /var/www/system/libraries/Database.php on line 686 (Keep in mind: I can access mysql with phpmyadmin and through the backend, working like a charme, it's just the frontend call causing errors). If I spam F5 in my browser I can sometimes even kill the mysql deamon. If I run # mysqld --log-warnings=2 I get this: ... 120921 7:57:31 [Note] mysqld: ready for connections. Version: '5.5.24-0ubuntu0.12.04.1' socket: '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' port: 3306 (Ubuntu) 05:57:37 UTC - mysqld got signal 4 ; This could be because you hit a bug. It is also possible that this binary or one of the libraries it was linked against is corrupt, improperly built, or misconfigured. This error can also be caused by malfunctioning hardware. We will try our best to scrape up some info that will hopefully help diagnose the problem, but since we have already crashed, something is definitely wrong and this may fail. key_buffer_size=16777216 read_buffer_size=131072 max_used_connections=1 max_threads=151 thread_count=1 connection_count=1 It is possible that mysqld could use up to key_buffer_size + (read_buffer_size + sort_buffer_size)*max_threads = 346679 K bytes of memory Hope that's ok; if not, decrease some variables in the equation. Thread pointer: 0x7f1485db3b20 Attempting backtrace. You can use the following information to find out where mysqld died. If you see no messages after this, something went terribly wrong... stack_bottom = 7f1480041e60 thread_stack 0x30000 mysqld(my_print_stacktrace+0x29)[0x7f1483b96459] mysqld(handle_fatal_signal+0x483)[0x7f1483a5c1d3] /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libpthread.so.0(+0xfcb0)[0x7f1482797cb0] /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libm.so.6(+0x42e11)[0x7f14821cae11] mysqld(_ZN10SQL_SELECT17test_quick_selectEP3THD6BitmapILj64EEyyb+0x1368)[0x7f1483b26cb8] mysqld(+0x33116a)[0x7f148397916a] mysqld(_ZN4JOIN8optimizeEv+0x558)[0x7f148397d3e8] mysqld(_Z12mysql_selectP3THDPPP4ItemP10TABLE_LISTjR4ListIS1_ES2_jP8st_orderSB_S2_SB_yP13select_resultP18st_select_lex_unitP13st_select_lex+0xdd)[0x7f148397fd7d] mysqld(_Z13handle_selectP3THDP3LEXP13select_resultm+0x17c)[0x7f1483985d2c] mysqld(+0x2f4524)[0x7f148393c524] mysqld(_Z21mysql_execute_commandP3THD+0x293e)[0x7f14839451de] mysqld(_Z11mysql_parseP3THDPcjP12Parser_state+0x10f)[0x7f1483948bef] mysqld(_Z16dispatch_command19enum_server_commandP3THDPcj+0x1365)[0x7f148394a025] mysqld(_Z24do_handle_one_connectionP3THD+0x1bd)[0x7f14839ec7cd] mysqld(handle_one_connection+0x50)[0x7f14839ec830] /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libpthread.so.0(+0x7e9a)[0x7f148278fe9a] /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc.so.6(clone+0x6d)[0x7f1481eba4bd] Trying to get some variables. Some pointers may be invalid and cause the dump to abort. Query (7f1464004b60): is an invalid pointer Connection ID (thread ID): 1 Status: NOT_KILLED From /var/log/syslog: Sep 21 07:17:01 s16477249 CRON[23855]: (root) CMD ( cd / && run-parts --report /etc/cron.hourly) Sep 21 07:18:51 s16477249 kernel: [231923.349159] type=1400 audit(1348204731.333:70): apparmor="STATUS" operation="profile_replace" name="/usr/sbin/mysqld" pid=23946 comm="apparmor_parser" Sep 21 07:18:53 s16477249 /etc/mysql/debian-start[23990]: Upgrading MySQL tables if necessary. Sep 21 07:18:53 s16477249 /etc/mysql/debian-start[23993]: /usr/bin/mysql_upgrade: the '--basedir' option is always ignored Sep 21 07:18:53 s16477249 /etc/mysql/debian-start[23993]: Looking for 'mysql' as: /usr/bin/mysql Sep 21 07:18:53 s16477249 /etc/mysql/debian-start[23993]: Looking for 'mysqlcheck' as: /usr/bin/mysqlcheck Sep 21 07:18:53 s16477249 /etc/mysql/debian-start[23993]: This installation of MySQL is already upgraded to 5.5.24, use --force if you still need to run mysql_upgrade Sep 21 07:18:53 s16477249 /etc/mysql/debian-start[24004]: Checking for insecure root accounts. Sep 21 07:18:53 s16477249 /etc/mysql/debian-start[24009]: Triggering myisam-recover for all MyISAM tables I'm using MyISAM tables all over, nothing with InnoDB there. Starting / stopping mysql is done via sudo service mysql start sudo service mysql stop After using google a little bit, I experimented a little bit with timeouts, correct socket path in the /etc/mysql/my.cnf file, but nothing helped. There are some old (from 2008) Gentoo bugs, where re-compiling just solved the problem. I already re-installed mysql via: sudo apt-get remove mysql-server mysql-common sudo apt-get autoremove sudo apt-get install mysql-server without any results. This is the first time I'm running into this problem, and I'm not very experienced with this kind of mysql 'administration'. So mainly, I want to know if anyone of you could help me out please :) Is it a mysql bug? Is something broken in the Ubuntu repositories? Is this one of those misterious 'use-tcp-connection-instead-of-socket-stuff-because-there-are-problems-on-virtualized-machines-with-sockets'-problem? Or am I completly on the wrong way and I just miss-configured something? Remember, phpmyadmin and access to the backend (which uses the database, too) is just fine. Maybe something with Apache? What can I do? Any help is appreciated, so thanks in advance :)

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  • MySQL Connect: What to Expect From the Wondrous Land of MySQL Cluster

    - by Mat Keep
    The MySQL Connect conference is only a couple of weeks away, with MySQL engineers, support teams, consultants and community aces busy putting the final touches to their talks. There will be many exciting new announcements and sharing of best practices at the conference, covering the range of MySQL technologies. MySQL Cluster will a big part of this, so I wanted to share some key sessions for those of you who plan on attending, as well as some resources for those who are not lucky enough to be able to make the trip, but who can't afford to miss the key news. Of course, this is no substitute to actually being there….and the good news is that registration is still open ;-) Roadmap: Whats New in MySQL Cluster Saturday 29th, 1300-1400, in Golden Gate room 5.                                                                                        Bernd Ocklin, director of MySQL Cluster development, and myself will be taking a look at what follows the latest MySQL Cluster 7.2 release. I don't want to give to much away - lets just say its not often you can add powerful new functionality to a product while at the same time making life radically simpler for its users. For those not making it to the Conference, a live webinar repeating the talk is scheduled for Thursday 25th October at 09.00 pacific time. Hold the date, registration will be open for that soon and published to our MySQL Webinars page Best Practices Getting Started with MySQL Cluster, Hands-On Lab Saturday 29th, 1600-1700, in Plaza Room A.                                                              Santo Leto, one of our lead MySQL Cluster support engineers, regularly works with users new to MySQL Cluster, assisting them in installation, configuration, scaling, etc. In this lab, Santo will share best-practices in getting started. Delivering Breakthrough Performance with MySQL Cluster Saturday 29th, 1730-1830, in Golden Gate room 5. Frazer Clement, lead MySQL Cluster software engineer, will demonstrate how to translate the awesome Cluster benchmarks (remember 1 BILLION UPDATEs per minute ?!) into real-world performance. You can also get some best practices from our new MySQL Cluster performance guide  MySQL Cluster BoF Saturday 29th, 1900-2000, room Golden Gate 5.                                                                                                           Come and get a demonstration of new tools for the installation and configuration of MySQL Cluster, and spend time with the engineering team discussing any questions or issues you may have. Developing High-Throughput Services with NoSQL APIs to InnoDB and MySQL Cluster Sunday 30th, 1145 - 1245, in Golden Gate room 7.   In this session, JD Duncan and Andrew Morgan will present how to get started with both Memcached and new NoSQL APIs. JD and I recently ran a webinar demonstrating how to build simple Twitter-like services with Memcached and MySQL Cluster. The replay is available for download.  Case Studies: MySQL Cluster @ El Chavo, Latin America’s #1 Facebook Game Sunday 30th, 1745 - 1845, in Golden Gate room 4.                             Playful Play deployed MySQL Cluster CGE to power their market leading social game. This session will discuss the challenges they faced, why they selected MySQL Cluster and their experiences to date. You can read more about Playful Play and MySQL Cluster here  A Journey into NoSQLand: MySQL’s NoSQL Implementation Sunday 30th, 1345 - 1445, in Golden Gate room 4.                                          Lig Turmelle, web DBA at Kaplan Professional and esteemed Oracle Ace, will discuss her experiences working with the NoSQL interfaces for both MySQL Cluster and InnoDB Evaluating MySQL HA Alternatives Saturday 29th, 1430-1530, room Golden Gate 5                                                                                   Henrik Ingo, former member of the MySQL sales engineering team, will provide an overview of various HA technologies for MySQL, starting with replication, progressing to InnoDB, Galera and MySQL Cluster What about the other stuff? Of course MySQL Connect has much, much more than MySQL Cluster. There will be lots on replication (which I'll blog about soon), MySQL 5.6, InnoDB, cloud, etc, etc. Take a look at the full Content Catalog to see more. If you are attending, I hope to see you at one of the Cluster sessions...and remember, registration is still open

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  • MySQL 5.5 brings in new ways to authenticate users

    - by Georgi Kodinov
    Ever wanted to use your server's OS for authenticating MySQL users ? Or the corporate LDAP repository ? Unfortunately options like the above are plentiful nowadays. And providing hard-coded support for protocol X or service Y is not the best possible idea. MySQL 5.5 has taken the step into the right direction by providing an infrastructure allowing one to make the server understand different authentication protocols by creating a set of simple plugins (one for the client and one for the server). So now you can easily extend MySQL to search for and authenticate users in your favorite user directory. In fact the API supplied is so versatile that we took the possibility to re-design the current "native" authentication mechanism into a built-in always-on plugin ! OK, let me give you an example: Imagine we have a bunch of users defined in your OS, e.g. we have a user joro with his respective password. And we have a MySQL instance running on the same computer. It would not be unexpected to need to let joro access and/or modify MySQL data. The first step is to define him as a MySQL user. And there's a problem right there : MySQL's CREATE USER [email protected] IDENTIFIED BY 'joros_password' statement needs a password. And this is a password in no way related to the password that joro have set up in the OS. What's worse : if joro changes his OS password this will in no way be reflected in MySQL. So he'll need to change his MySQL password in a separate step. Not very convenient, specially when you have a lot of users. This is a laborious setup for joro's DBA as well : he'll have to disable his access in both MySQL and the OS should he decides that joro's out of the "nice" list. Now mysql 5.5 to the rescue: Imagine that the smart DBA has created a MySQL server plugin that will check if the name of the user logging in is a valid and enabled OS name and if the password supplied to the mysql client matches the OS and has called this plugin 'auth_os'. Now all that's left to do is to define joro as a MySQL user that will be authenticated externally. This is done by the following command : CREATE USER 'joro'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED WITH 'auth_os'; Now joro can login to MySQL using his current OS password. Note : joro is still a valid MySQL user, so you can grant privileges to him just like you would for all other users. What's better: you can have users that authenticate using different mechanisms in the same server. So you can e.g. safely experiment with external authentication for selected users while keeping your current user base operational. What happens under the hood when joro logs in ? The server will find out by the user definition that it needs to use a non-default authentication and will ask the client to "switch" to using the appropriate client-side plugin (if of course the client is not already using it). If the client can't do this (e.g. because it's an old client or doesn't have the necessary plugin available) the server will reject the login. Otherwise the server will let the server-side plugin decide (while possibly talking to the client side plugin and the OS user directory) if this is a valid login or not. If it is the login process will continue as usual, while if it's not the login will get rejected. There's a lot more that MySQL 5.5 can do for you than just the simple case above. Stay tuned for more advanced use cases like mapping groups of external users to a single MySQL user (so you won't have to have 1-to-1 mapping between your external user directory and your mysql user repository) or ways to control the process as a DBA. Or you can simply skip ahead and read the relevant topics from MySQL's excellent online documentation. Or take a look at the example plugins in plugin/auth. Or take a look at the test suite in mysql-test/t/plugin_auth.test. Changelog entry: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.5/en/news-5-5-7.html Primary new sections: Pluggable authentication Proxy users Client plugin C API functions Revised sections: New PROXY privilege New proxies_priv grant table Passwords might be external New external_user and proxy_user system variables New --default-auth and --plugin-dir mysql options New MYSQL_DEFAULT_AUTH and MYSQL_PLUGIN_DIR options for mysql_options() CREATE USER has IDENTIFIED WITH clause to specify auth plugin GRANT has PROXY privilege, IDENTIFIED WITH clause to specify auth plugin The data structure for writing client plugins

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  • Why can't I reinstall MySQL?

    - by Johannes Nielsen
    I've been looking all around the Internet for an answer but didn't find anything. I hope you can help me now. I have a server with MySQL. From one day to another, MySQL didn't let me enter with my root password anymore (accsess denied for user 'root'@'localhost' using password: 'YES'). So I tried two ways to reset the password: No.1: I typed: shell> /etc/init.d/mysqld stop To stop MySQL. Then I restarted it skipping the grant-tables: shell> mysqld_safe --skip-grant-tables So I was able to log in as root and change the password using: mysql> UPDATE mysql.user SET Password = PASSWORD('MyNewPassword') WHERE User = 'root'; FLUSH PRIVILEGES; I restarted MySQL and tried to log in as root with my new password - didn't work. So I tried the solution that's described here: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/resetting-permissions.html (I don't want to post it here because this post is already pretty long). Didn't work either. Actually it made it worse, because since that day, every time I try to start MySQL, it doesn't even ask me for my password, but I get: shell> ERROR 2002 (HY000): Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' (111) Well, I've looked up what it means and found that my mysqld.sock is missing. I tried to create it using touch but MySQL can't start with that socket. Now I'm trying to reinstall MySQL but everytime I type in shell> apt-get --purge remove mysql-server mysql-common mysql-client In that or any other order or every one of those three alone, I get: shell> Reading package lists... Done shell> Building dependency tree shell> Reading state information... Done shell> Package mysql-client is not installed, so not removed shell> Package mysql-server is not installed, so not removed shell> You might want to run 'apt-get -f install' to correct these: shell> The following packages have unmet dependencies: shell> libmysqlclient18 : Depends: mysql-common (>= 5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.04.2) but it is not going to be installed shell> libmysqlclient18:i386 : Depends: mysql-common:i386 (>= 5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.04.2) shell> mysql-client-5.5 : Depends: mysql-common (>= 5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.04.2) but it is not going to be installed shell> mysql-server-5.5 : PreDepends: mysql-common (>= 5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.04.2) but it is not going to be installed shell> psa-firewall : Depends: plesk-core (>= 11.0.9) but it is not installable shell> Depends: mysql-server but it is not going to be installed shell> psa-spamassassin : Depends: plesk-core (>= 11.0.9) but it is not installable shell> psa-vpn : Depends: plesk-core (>= 11.0.9) but it is not installable shell> Depends: plesk-base (>= 11.0.9) but it is not installable shell> Depends: mysql-server but it is not going to be installed shell> E: Unmet dependencies. Try 'apt-get -f install' with no packages (or specify a solution). So I said to my self "let's just remove those files with depenencies, too" (that psa-stuff since plesk is virtual and can't be uninstalled)... Guess what happened: shell> Reading package lists... Done shell> Building dependency tree shell> Reading state information... Done shell> Package mysql-client is not installed, so not removed shell> Package mysql-server is not installed, so not removed shell> You might want to run 'apt-get -f install' to correct these: shell> The following packages have unmet dependencies: shell> libmysqlclient18 : Depends: mysql-common (>= 5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.04.2) but it is not going to be installed shell> libmysqlclient18:i386 : Depends: mysql-common:i386 (>= 5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.04.2) shell> mysql-client-5.5 : Depends: mysql-common (>= 5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.04.2) but it is not going to be installed shell> mysql-server-5.5 : PreDepends: mysql-common (>= 5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.04.2) but it is not going to be installed shell> E: Unmet dependencies. Try 'apt-get -f install' with no packages (or specify a solution). Of course I tried apt-get -f install, too many times even. What am I doing wrong? No matter, which other packages I include into apt-get --purge remove, I always get new dependencies. Do I have to delete every MySQL-related directory and file manually? Hope there's someone out there who can help me! Cheers! EDIT: After trying apt-get purge mysql-server mysql-common mysql-client libmysqlclient18 libmysqlclient18:i386 mysql-client-5.5 mysql-server-5.5 psa-firewall psa-spamassassin psa-vpn Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Package mysql-client is not installed, so not removed Package mysql-server is not installed, so not removed You might want to run 'apt-get -f install' to correct these: The following packages have unmet dependencies: libdbd-mysql-perl : Depends: libmysqlclient18 (>= 5.5.13-1) but it is not going to be installed libmyodbc : Depends: libmysqlclient18 (>= 5.5.13-1) but it is not going to be installed libqt4-sql-mysql:i386 : Depends: libmysqlclient18:i386 (>= 5.5.13-1) but it is not going to be installed php5-mysql : Depends: libmysqlclient18 (>= 5.5.13-1) but it is not going to be installed ruby-mysql : Depends: libmysqlclient18 (>= 5.5.13-1) but it is not going to be installed E: Unmet dependencies. Try 'apt-get -f install' with no packages (or specify a solution). So I tried to remove all these and got: Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Package mysql-client is not installed, so not removed Package mysql-server is not installed, so not removed You might want to run 'apt-get -f install' to correct these:qlclient18:i386 mysql The following packages have unmet dependencies: libmysql-ruby1.8 : Depends: ruby-mysql but it is not going to be installed E: Unmet dependencies. Try 'apt-get -f install' with no packages (or specify a solution). And actually I think removing that file, too solved my problem :-S Next time I'll try everything before asking :D Thank you Eric for keeping me couraged to just go on removing :D

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  • Interview with Tomas Ulin at the MySQL Innovation Day

    - by Monica Kumar
    MySQL Innovation Day held on June 5, 2012 was a great event for the MySQL engineers, users and customers to gather, share and network. I was able to get a few minutes with Tomas Ulin, Vice President of MySQL Engineering at Oracle, to ask him some questions. Here are the highlights of my interview with Tomas. Monica: This was the first MySQL Innovation Day, correct?  Why now, what was the strategy behind hosting this kind of event? Tomas: In the last year, we have rolled out an incredible number of MySQL events worldwide – some targeted at developers that are new to MySQL and others for the MySQL savvy. At the MySQL Innovation Day, our first event of this kind,, we had a number of our key engineers presenting lightning talks delivering previews of key new features as well as discussing roadmap. Our goal is to keep an open dialogue with the MySQL community. In fact, we are hosting a two-day conference, another first, for the MySQL community called MySQL Connect on Sept. 29-30 in San Francisco. If you attended the MySQL Innovation Day and liked what we did, you are going to love MySQL Connect. We’ll have a lot more of our engineers and many users and community members presenting hour long sessions and hands on labs. Our engineers will be presenting new MySQL features as well offer previews of upcoming enhancements. Monica: What's the big take-away from today's MySQL Innovation Day? Tomas: I hope the most important takeaway for attendees was to see that Oracle has been driving, and continues to drive MySQL innovation with a steady stream of new great GA and Development Milestone releases. Monica: What were attendees most interested in? What feedback did they have? Tomas: Feedback from attendees was incredibly positive and encouraging. In particular, they liked the interaction with the MySQL engineers and were also excited about the new early access features in MySQL 5.6 and MySQL Cluster 7.3. In addition, sessions delivered by MySQL users like Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter were very well received. For example, Pinterest talked about using MySQL to scale from 0 to billions of page views/month, Twitter talked about “Scaling twitter with MySQL” and Facebook discussed the many options to implement MySQL master failover solutions. The presentations are already available for download while some of the session videos will be made available on the MySQL Innovation Day web page shortly. Monica: How would you distinguish the use of MySQL vs. Oracle Database? What key factors should customers consider? Tomas: MySQL and Oracle Database complement each other. They are very different products, best suited to different use cases. Customers can choose world-class solutions from Oracle to fulfill a variety of needs. MySQL is a great choice for enterprise web-based, custom and embedded apps. Oracle Database is the leading choice for enterprise packaged applications such as ERP, CRM as well as high-end data warehousing and business intelligence applications. Monica: What are the highlights of the current MySQL 5.6 Development Milestone Release and early access features for MySQL Cluster 7.3? Tomas: MySQL 5.6 development milestone release builds on MySQL 5.5 by improving: Optimizer for better Performance, Scalability Performance Schema for better instrumentation InnoDB for better transactional throughput Replication for higher availability, data integrity NoSQL options for more flexibility We announced some new early access features in MySQL 5.6, including binary log group commit. We also announced early access features in MySQL Cluster 7.3 including support for foreign key constraints. Monica: How do people get these releases? Tomas: You can access development milestone releases by going to: http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/mysqlThen select the “Development Release” tab. The MySQL Cluster 7.3 and other early access features can be downloaded at: http://labs.mysql.com Monica: What's coming up next for MySQL? Tomas: Our development team is working in overdrive, cranking out new features with community feedback. Don’t miss the MySQL Connect conference being held in San Francisco on Sept. 29 and 30th. My team and I will be there. I hope you can join us! Monica: Thank you for your time, Tomas. I look forward to seeing you at the MySQL Connect conference. To our followers, I hope you found this interview informative. I welcome your comments. Please stay tuned here for more updates on MySQL. Note: Monica Kumar is Senior Director of product marketing for Linux, Virtualization and MySQL at Oracle.

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  • Slides of my HOL on MySQL Cluster

    - by user13819847
    Hi!Thanks everyone who attended my hands-on lab on MySQL Cluster at MySQL Connect last Saturday.The following are the links for the slides, the HOL instructions, and the code examples.I'll try to summarize my HOL below.Aim of the HOL was to help attendees to familiarize with MySQL Cluster. In particular, by learning: the basics of MySQL Cluster Architecture the basics of MySQL Cluster Configuration and Administration how to start a new Cluster for evaluation purposes and how to connect to it We started by introducing MySQL Cluster. MySQL Cluster is a proven technology that today is successfully servicing the most performance-intensive workloads. MySQL Cluster is deployed across telecom networks and is powering mission-critical web applications. Without trading off use of commodity hardware, transactional consistency and use of complex queries, MySQL Cluster provides: Web Scalability (web-scale performance on both reads and writes) Carrier Grade Availability (99.999%) Developer Agility (freedom to use SQL or NoSQL access methods) MySQL Cluster implements: an Auto-Sharding, Multi-Master, Shared-nothing Architecture, where independent nodes can scale horizontally on commodity hardware with no shared disks, no shared memory, no single point of failure In the architecture of MySQL Cluster it is possible to find three types of nodes: management nodes: responsible for reading the configuration files, maintaining logs, and providing an interface to the administration of the entire cluster data nodes: where data and indexes are stored api nodes: provide the external connectivity (e.g. the NDB engine of the MySQL Server, APIs, Connectors) MySQL Cluster is recommended in the situations where: it is crucial to reduce service downtime, because this produces a heavy impact on business sharding the database to scale write performance higly impacts development of application (in MySQL Cluster the sharding is automatic and transparent to the application) there are real time needs there are unpredictable scalability demands it is important to have data-access flexibility (SQL & NoSQL) MySQL Cluster is available in two Editions: Community Edition (Open Source, freely downloadable from mysql.com) Carrier Grade Edition (Commercial Edition, can be downloaded from eDelivery for evaluation purposes) MySQL Carrier Grade Edition adds on the top of the Community Edition: Commercial Extensions (MySQL Cluster Manager, MySQL Enterprise Monitor, MySQL Cluster Installer) Oracle's Premium Support Services (largest team of MySQL experts backed by MySQL developers, forward compatible hot fixes, multi-language support, and more) We concluded talking about the MySQL Cluster vision: MySQL Cluster is the default database for anyone deploying rapidly evolving, realtime transactional services at web-scale, where downtime is simply not an option. From a practical point of view the HOL's steps were: MySQL Cluster installation start & monitoring of the MySQL Cluster processes client connection to the Management Server and to an SQL Node connection using the NoSQL NDB API and the Connector J In the hope that this blog post can help you get started with MySQL Cluster, I take the opportunity to thank you for the questions you made both during the HOL and at the MySQL Cluster booth. Slides are also on SlideShares: Santo Leto - MySQL Connect 2012 - Getting Started with Mysql Cluster Happy Clustering!

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  • MySQL won't start or won't installed

    - by Owen
    Hi there, I'm trying to get a local LAMP setup on my Ubuntu desktop. I'm successfully got PHP install but I'm having trouble with MySQL If PHP tries to connet to MySQL I get this error: Warning: mysql_connect() [function.mysql-connect]: Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' (2) in /var/www/testing.php on line 3 Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' (2) If I try via command line I get much the same error: [email protected]:~$ mysql ERROR 2002 (HY000): Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' (13) Weirdly "/var/run/mysqld" does not exist. Running a whereis command I get the following: [email protected]:~$ whereis mysqld.sock mysqld: /usr/sbin/mysqld /usr/share/man/man8/mysqld.8.gz So is MySQL even installed? Well acording to dpkg [email protected]:~$ dpkg -l | grep mysql ii libapache2-mod-auth-mysql 4.3.9-13ubuntu1 Apache 2 module for MySQL authentication ii libdbd-mysql-perl 4.016-1 Perl5 database interface to the MySQL database ii libmysqlclient15off 5.1.30really5.0.83-0ubuntu3 MySQL database client library ii libmysqlclient16 5.1.49-1ubuntu8.1 MySQL database client library ii mysql-admin 5.0r14+openSUSE-2.1 GUI tool for intuitive MySQL administration ii mysql-client-5.1 5.1.49-1ubuntu8.1 MySQL database client binaries ii mysql-client-core-5.1 5.1.49-1ubuntu8.1 MySQL database core client binaries ii mysql-common 5.1.49-1ubuntu8.1 MySQL database common files, e.g. /etc/mysql/my.cnf ii mysql-gui-tools-common 5.0r14+openSUSE-2.1 Architecture independent files for MySQL GUI Tools ii mysql-query-browser 5.0r14+openSUSE-2.1 Official GUI tool to query MySQL database ii mysql-server 5.1.49-1ubuntu8.1 MySQL database server (metapackage depending on the latest version) ii mysql-server-5.1 5.1.49-1ubuntu8.1 MySQL database server binaries and system database setup ii mysql-server-core-5.0 5.1.30really5.0.83-0ubuntu3 MySQL database core server files ii mysql-server-core-5.1 5.1.49-1ubuntu8.1 MySQL database server binaries ii php5-mysql Can someone please help I'm really confused as what to do next. I'm not a Linux expert at all most of these commands I've ran I found of diffrent blogs and help forums.

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  • Installing MySQL on Ubuntu 12 fails on a clean installation

    - by Keenora Fluffball
    I do have the problem, that even if I uninstall mysql completely and do a restart, it still doesn't install mysql. This is the error I get: Paketlisten werden gelesen... Fertig Abhängigkeitsbaum wird aufgebaut Statusinformationen werden eingelesen... Fertig Die folgenden zusätzlichen Pakete werden installiert: libdbd-mysql-perl libmysqlclient18 mysql-client-5.5 mysql-client-core-5.5 mysql-common mysql-server-5.5 mysql-server-core-5.5 Vorgeschlagene Pakete: tinyca mailx Die folgenden NEUEN Pakete werden installiert: libdbd-mysql-perl libmysqlclient18 mysql-client-5.5 mysql-client-core-5.5 mysql-common mysql-server mysql-server-5.5 mysql-server-core-5.5 0 aktualisiert, 8 neu installiert, 0 zu entfernen und 0 nicht aktualisiert. Es müssen 26,2 MB an Archiven heruntergeladen werden. Nach dieser Operation werden 94,2 MB Plattenplatz zusätzlich benutzt. Möchten Sie fortfahren [J/n]? J Hole:1 http://de.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ quantal-updates/main mysql-common all 5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.10.1 [13,4 kB] Hole:2 http://de.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ quantal-updates/main libmysqlclient18 amd64 5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.10.1 [949 kB] Hole:3 http://de.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ quantal/main libdbd-mysql-perl amd64 4.021-1 [97,7 kB] Hole:4 http://de.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ quantal-updates/main mysql-client-core-5.5 amd64 5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.10.1 [1.941 kB] Hole:5 http://de.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ quantal-updates/main mysql-client-5.5 amd64 5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.10.1 [8.332 kB] Hole:6 http://de.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ quantal-updates/main mysql-server-core-5.5 amd64 5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.10.1 [5.983 kB] Hole:7 http://de.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ quantal-updates/main mysql-server-5.5 amd64 5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.10.1 [8.842 kB] Hole:8 http://de.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ quantal-updates/main mysql-server all 5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.10.1 [11,6 kB] Es wurden 26,2 MB in 1 min 5 s geholt (399 kB/s) Vorkonfiguration der Pakete ... Vormals nicht ausgewähltes Paket mysql-common wird gewählt. (Lese Datenbank ... 68073 Dateien und Verzeichnisse sind derzeit installiert.) Entpacken von mysql-common (aus .../mysql-common_5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.10.1_all.deb) ... Vormals nicht ausgewähltes Paket libmysqlclient18:amd64 wird gewählt. Entpacken von libmysqlclient18:amd64 (aus .../libmysqlclient18_5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.10.1_amd64.deb) ... Vormals nicht ausgewähltes Paket libdbd-mysql-perl wird gewählt. Entpacken von libdbd-mysql-perl (aus .../libdbd-mysql-perl_4.021-1_amd64.deb) ... Vormals nicht ausgewähltes Paket mysql-client-core-5.5 wird gewählt. Entpacken von mysql-client-core-5.5 (aus .../mysql-client-core-5.5_5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.10.1_amd64.deb) ... Vormals nicht ausgewähltes Paket mysql-client-5.5 wird gewählt. Entpacken von mysql-client-5.5 (aus .../mysql-client-5.5_5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.10.1_amd64.deb) ... Vormals nicht ausgewähltes Paket mysql-server-core-5.5 wird gewählt. Entpacken von mysql-server-core-5.5 (aus .../mysql-server-core-5.5_5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.10.1_amd64.deb) ... Trigger für man-db werden verarbeitet ... mysql-common (5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.10.1) wird eingerichtet ... Vormals nicht ausgewähltes Paket mysql-server-5.5 wird gewählt. (Lese Datenbank ... 68251 Dateien und Verzeichnisse sind derzeit installiert.) Entpacken von mysql-server-5.5 (aus .../mysql-server-5.5_5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.10.1_amd64.deb) ... Vormals nicht ausgewähltes Paket mysql-server wird gewählt. Entpacken von mysql-server (aus .../mysql-server_5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.10.1_all.deb) ... Trigger für man-db werden verarbeitet ... Trigger für ureadahead werden verarbeitet ... libmysqlclient18:amd64 (5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.10.1) wird eingerichtet ... libdbd-mysql-perl (4.021-1) wird eingerichtet ... mysql-client-core-5.5 (5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.10.1) wird eingerichtet ... mysql-client-5.5 (5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.10.1) wird eingerichtet ... mysql-server-core-5.5 (5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.10.1) wird eingerichtet ... mysql-server-5.5 (5.5.28-0ubuntu0.12.10.1) wird eingerichtet ... AppArmor parser error for /etc/apparmor.d/usr.sbin.mysqld in /etc/apparmor.d/usr.sbin.mysqld at line 9: >>abstractions/mysql<< konnte nicht ge?ffnet werden start: Job failed to start invoke-rc.d: initscript mysql, action "start" failed. dpkg: Fehler beim Bearbeiten von mysql-server-5.5 (--configure): Unterprozess installiertes post-installation-Skript gab den Fehlerwert 1 zurück dpkg: Abhängigkeitsprobleme verhindern Konfiguration von mysql-server: mysql-server hängt ab von mysql-server-5.5; aber: Paket mysql-server-5.5 ist noch nicht konfiguriert. dpkg: Fehler beim Bearbeiten von mysql-server (--configure): Abhängigkeitsprobleme - verbleibt unkonfiguriert Trigger für libc-bin werden verarbeitet ... ldconfig deferred processing now taking place Es wurde kein Apport-Bericht verfasst, da die Fehlermeldung darauf hindeutet, dass dies lediglich ein Folgefehler eines vorherigen Problems ist. Fehler traten auf beim Bearbeiten von: mysql-server-5.5 mysql-server E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1) Do you have any clue, whats going on here?

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  • Can't get MySQL to install

    - by James Marthenal
    I'd like to think I know what I'm doing in a Unix shell but maybe not. I made a mistake in a configuration file for MySQL, so I decided to just uninstall it and then reinstall it, so I did: sudo apt-get --purge remove mysql-server mysql-server-5.0 mysql-client The files were deleted, so I then tried to install it, but it didn't ask me for a root password or anything else, so I uninstalled it using the above command again and then did sudo rm -rf /etc/mysql sudo rm /etc/init.d/mysql sudo rm -rf /var/lib/mysql* I then restarted the computer then installed it again: sudo apt-get install mysql-server mysql-client It asked for a root password, and everything looked like it would work, until I saw this: $ sudo apt-get install mysql-server mysql-client Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done The following extra packages will be installed: mysql-server-5.0 Suggested packages: tinyca The following NEW packages will be installed: mysql-client mysql-server mysql-server-5.0 0 upgraded, 3 newly installed, 0 to remove and 1 not upgraded. Need to get 0B/27.4MB of archives. After this operation, 86.7MB of additional disk space will be used. Do you want to continue [Y/n]? y WARNING: The following packages cannot be authenticated! mysql-server-5.0 mysql-client mysql-server Authentication warning overridden. Preconfiguring packages ... Can't exec "/tmp/mysql-server-5.0.config.28101": Permission denied at /usr/share/perl/5.10/IPC/Open3.pm line 168. open2: exec of /tmp/mysql-server-5.0.config.28101 configure failed at /usr/share/perl5/Debconf/ConfModule.pm line 59 mysql-server-5.0 failed to preconfigure, with exit status 255 Selecting previously deselected package mysql-server-5.0. (Reading database ... 160284 files and directories currently installed.) Unpacking mysql-server-5.0 (from .../mysql-server-5.0_5.0.51a-24+lenny5_amd64.deb) ... Selecting previously deselected package mysql-client. Unpacking mysql-client (from .../mysql-client_5.0.51a-24+lenny5_all.deb) ... Selecting previously deselected package mysql-server. Unpacking mysql-server (from .../mysql-server_5.0.51a-24+lenny5_all.deb) ... Processing triggers for man-db ... Setting up mysql-server-5.0 (5.0.51a-24+lenny5) ... Stopping MySQL database server: mysqld. /var/lib/dpkg/info/mysql-server-5.0.postinst: line 144: /etc/mysql/conf.d/old_passwords.cnf: No such file or directory dpkg: error processing mysql-server-5.0 (--configure): subprocess post-installation script returned error exit status 1 Setting up mysql-client (5.0.51a-24+lenny5) ... dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of mysql-server: mysql-server depends on mysql-server-5.0; however: Package mysql-server-5.0 is not configured yet. dpkg: error processing mysql-server (--configure): dependency problems - leaving unconfigured Errors were encountered while processing: mysql-server-5.0 mysql-server E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1) Now I can't seem to figure out what to do. I just want to get a clean MySQL installation at this point. I'm running the latest stable release of Debian. All help is appreciated—thanks! Edit: I looked at this similar question, which suggests that I uninstall mysql-common, but when I try to do so I see: The following packages will be REMOVED: apache2 apache2-mpm-prefork apache2-utils apache2.2-common git-svn libapache2-mod-php5 libapache2-mod-python libapache2-svn libaprutil1 libdbd-mysql-perl libdbd-mysql-rubygem libmysql-ruby libmysql-ruby1.8 libmysql-rubygem libmysqlclient15-dev libmysqlclient15off librdf-perl librdf0 libserf-0-0 libsvn-perl libsvn1 mysql-client-5.0 mysql-common mytop ndn-apache22-php5 ndn-apache22-svn ndn-interpreters ndn-lighttpd ndn-netsaint-plugins ndn-perl-modules ndn-php5-cgi ndn-php5-xcache ndn-php53 ndn-php53-suhosin ndn-rubygems php5 php5-mcrypt php5-mysql proftpd proftpd-mod-mysql python-django python-mysqldb python-subversion python-svn subversion subversion-tools trac zendoptimizer 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 48 to remove and 1 not upgraded. Eeek! Any suggestions?

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  • mysql not starting

    - by Eiriks
    I have a server running on rackspace.com, it been running for about a year (collecting data for a project) and no problems. Now it seems mysql froze (could not connect either through ssh command line, remote app (sequel pro) or web (pages using the db just froze). I got a bit eager to fix this quick and rebooted the virtual server, running ubuntu 10.10. It is a small virtual LAMP server (10gig storage - I'm only using 1, 256mb ram -has not been a problem). Now after the reboot, I cannot get mysql to start again. service mysql status mysql stop/waiting I believe this just means mysql is not running. How do I get this running again? service mysql start start: Job failed to start No. Just typing 'mysql' gives: mysql ERROR 2002 (HY000): Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' (111) There is a .sock file in this folder, 'ls -l' gives: srwxrwxrwx 1 mysql mysql 0 2012-12-01 17:20 mysqld.sock From googleing this for a while now, I see that many talk about the logfile and my.cnf. Logs Not sure witch ones I should look at. This log-file is empty: 'var/log/mysql/error.log', so is the 'var/log/mysql.err' and 'var/log/mysql.log'. my.cnf is located in '/etc/mysql' and looks like this. Can't see anything clearly wrong with it either. # # The MySQL database server configuration file. # # You can copy this to one of: # - "/etc/mysql/my.cnf" to set global options, # - "~/.my.cnf" to set user-specific options. # # One can use all long options that the program supports. # Run program with --help to get a list of available options and with # --print-defaults to see which it would actually understand and use. # # For explanations see # http://dev.mysql.com/doc/mysql/en/server-system-variables.html # This will be passed to all mysql clients # It has been reported that passwords should be enclosed with ticks/quotes # escpecially if they contain "#" chars... # Remember to edit /etc/mysql/debian.cnf when changing the socket location. [client] port = 3306 socket = /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock # Here is entries for some specific programs # The following values assume you have at least 32M ram # This was formally known as [safe_mysqld]. Both versions are currently parsed. [mysqld_safe] socket = /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock nice = 0 [mysqld] # # * Basic Settings # # # * IMPORTANT # If you make changes to these settings and your system uses apparmor, you may # also need to also adjust /etc/apparmor.d/usr.sbin.mysqld. # user = mysql socket = /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock port = 3306 basedir = /usr datadir = /var/lib/mysql tmpdir = /tmp skip-external-locking # # Instead of skip-networking the default is now to listen only on # localhost which is more compatible and is not less secure. bind-address = 127.0.0.1 # # * Fine Tuning # key_buffer = 16M max_allowed_packet = 16M thread_stack = 192K thread_cache_size = 8 # This replaces the startup script and checks MyISAM tables if needed # the first time they are touched myisam-recover = BACKUP #max_connections = 100 #table_cache = 64 #thread_concurrency = 10 # # * Query Cache Configuration # query_cache_limit = 1M query_cache_size = 16M # # * Logging and Replication # # Both location gets rotated by the cronjob. # Be aware that this log type is a performance killer. # As of 5.1 you can enable the log at runtime! #general_log_file = /var/log/mysql/mysql.log #general_log = 1 log_error = /var/log/mysql/error.log # Here you can see queries with especially long duration #log_slow_queries = /var/log/mysql/mysql-slow.log #long_query_time = 2 #log-queries-not-using-indexes # # The following can be used as easy to replay backup logs or for replication. # note: if you are setting up a replication slave, see README.Debian about # other settings you may need to change. #server-id = 1 #log_bin = /var/log/mysql/mysql-bin.log expire_logs_days = 10 max_binlog_size = 100M #binlog_do_db = include_database_name #binlog_ignore_db = include_database_name # # * InnoDB # # InnoDB is enabled by default with a 10MB datafile in /var/lib/mysql/. # Read the manual for more InnoDB related options. There are many! # # * Security Features # # Read the manual, too, if you want chroot! # chroot = /var/lib/mysql/ # # For generating SSL certificates I recommend the OpenSSL GUI "tinyca". # # ssl-ca=/etc/mysql/cacert.pem # ssl-cert=/etc/mysql/server-cert.pem # ssl-key=/etc/mysql/server-key.pem [mysqldump] quick quote-names max_allowed_packet = 16M [mysql] #no-auto-rehash # faster start of mysql but no tab completition [isamchk] key_buffer = 16M # # * IMPORTANT: Additional settings that can override those from this file! # The files must end with '.cnf', otherwise they'll be ignored. # !includedir /etc/mysql/conf.d/ I need the data in the database (so i'd like to avoid reinstalling), and I need it back up running again. All hint, tips and solutions are welcomed and appreciated.

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