I have the problem that my apache2 doesn't start at boot. After debugging I found out that a webpage init script tried to connect to MySQL which isn't running at that time. My OS is Ubuntu Server ...
I have MySQL on my computer for development purposes, but most of the time I don't use it. How can I configure my Debian so it won't start MySQL at boot, but only when I tell it to ( using service ...
I'm running ubuntu 10.04, since I upgraded to mysql 5.5 it stopped starting at bootime. I tried sysv-rc-conf mysql on because it was actually set to "off" but still won't boot. I have to manually run ...
I updated to mysql 5.5 and noticed that the server wasn't starting anymore at boot but I had to do it manually. It is actually not set to start at any level. So I did chkconfig -s mysql 2345 but ...
I installed the mysql-server-5.1 package on Debian 6. Changed the bind-address to 10.100.1.10 (for internal use), and when I reboot the server it doesn't start up mysql. This is what the syslog ...