Starting mysql manager of pid file quit without updating fi
So I manually ran and then attempted to start it again. But worse, no file in the var dir - it was in the "data" dir!
so scripts/mysql_install_db sets up camp in /usr/local/mysql/var, but the rest of the application seems to want to do its work in /usr/local/mysql/data!
[mysqld] port = 3306 socket = /tmp/skip-external-locking key_buffer_size = 16K pid-file=/var/run/mysqld/[mysqld_safe] log-error=/var/log/pid-file=/var/run/mysqld/The solution that worked for me was here: https://serverfault.com/questions/334284/cant-create-pid-file-on-mysql-server-permission-denied Changing some of my permissions seemed to do the trick.
I'm running a Mid-2012 Macbook Air with OS X 10.8.2 and mysql was installed with homebrew.
Inno DB: The error means mysqld does not have the access rights to Inno DB: the directory.
Thanks Jeetendra Ranjan ----- Original Message ----- From: Suresh Kuna To: Jeetendra Ranjan Cc: [email protected] Sent: Monday, January 04, 2010 AM Subject: Re: innodb_data_file_path Hi Jeetendra, What is the error it it saying in error log ?
Please use '--log-bin=ip-xx-xx-xx-xx-bin' to avoid this problem.
Manager of pid-file quit without updating file.[FAILED]" Please suggest how to resolve this issue ?
This is the second step and before that we have to stop the server and set the parameter in innodb_data_home_dir = innodb_data_file_path = /dev/sdaGnewraw;/dev/sda1:5Gnewraw and when i restart the server it is giving error Starting My SQL.
Manager of pid-file quit without updating file.[FAILED]" ----- Original Message ----- From: Suresh Kuna To: Jeetendra Ranjan Cc: [email protected] Sent: Monday, January 04, 2010 PM Subject: Re: innodb_data_file_path Try this : /dev/sdaGraw;/dev/sda1:5Graw Change the newraw to raw and start the My SQL. Thanks Suresh Kuna My SQL DBA On Mon, Jan 4, 2010 at PM, Jeetendra Ranjan wrote: Hi Suresh, Thanks, this link we already have but it has no information right from creating the raw disk partition.
This might be due to issues with disk space, disk inode usage or innodb corruption which may lead to the error.
I read in some forums that doing a giving a /bin/sh before the /etc/init.d/mysql start would solve the problem and it did.