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Shut-down fixed....?
Authored by: morten on Nov 26, '01 08:44:37AM

Hmmmm....not on my server it isn't (10.1.1, 5M28). running MySQL 3.23.45, InnoDB:

./configure
--enable-assembler
--with-innodb
--with-mysqld-user=mysql

and "mysql.server stop" gives me :

Killing mysqld with pid 358
Wait for mysqld to exitc
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Sorry.



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Shut-down fixed....?
Authored by: scottboms on Nov 26, '01 10:44:07AM
Try running this command instead. I've now tested this on two machines (a pismo Powerbook G3 500MHz running OS X 10.1.1 and a G4 dual 533MHz running OS X Server 10.1.1) and it works fine on both.

cd /usr/local/mysql/bin
./mysqladmin -u root -p shutdown

You'll be asked to enter your admin password (provided you've set one) and it will shutdown the daemon.

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