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okay, i'm having some issues
Authored by: jodin on May 12, '01 01:35:57AM

i followed the directions exactly, and although there were some errors (the grant all command woudn't work) i managed to get it up and running and even run through the tutorial on webmonkey. then i went about trying to create a new database and something went wrong - now i can't even start the MySQL server!

the error i kept getting concerns a error message file buried deep in the english directory of mysql. here's the exact error:

010512 00:10:28 mysqld started

/usr/local/libexec/mysqld: Fatal error: Error message file '/usr/local/share/mysql/english/errmsg.sys' had only 194 error messages, but it should have at least 196 error messages.
Check that the above file is the right version for this program!

010512 00:10:28 mysqld endedn

okay, so here's what i did (don't get mad at me). after about 20 of those i reinstalled the package and then ran install from the CLI. i still got the error so i went in and deleted the offending file and reinstalled again. then when running safe_mysqld & i was getting an error :

010512 0:25:58 Can't start server: Bind on TCP/IP port: Address already in use

just for the hell of it i deleted that messagefile again and tried to start server again. this time i got the obvious:

/usr/local/libexec/mysqld: Fatal error: Can't find messagefile '/usr/local/share/mysql/english/errmsg.sys'

at this point i reinstalled again and am getting

010512 0:45:39 Can't start server: Bind on TCP/IP port: Address already in use

but i can't find the server running.


PLEASE HELP! i'm obviously a newbie with this and not getting a good grasp on what i'm doing wrong.

thanks!



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fixed it!
Authored by: jodin on May 13, '01 10:54:33PM

okay, got it. i had to go in and do a rude kill (kill -9 pid) to get the other SQL process stopped. once that was done i could fire it right back up! i guess the error about the incorrect errorlog size is gone, so who cares!



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