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Oracle 6.5: MySQL Daemon failed to start

I installed MySQL by following these instructions on my Oracle Linux Server release 6.5, specifically using the yum package installer command, yum install mysql mysql-server mysql-libs mysql-server ...
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Run mysqld under a different user (linux)

I've been trying to start mysqld under a different user as well as with a different data path. I've done so by modifing the my.cnf file as follows: [mysqld] datadir=/bob/database ...
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Issue Starting MySQL Daemon

I have just come across the most random error I've seen my MySQL daemon spew out yet, everything was working fine, then all of a sudden it randomly crashed and it now outputting this when I start it ...
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mysqld: Job failed to start

OS: Ubuntu 12.04 Command: sudo /etc/init.d/mysqld start Occasionally mysqld failed to start. I don't make any changes in my.cnf or any other configuration on this laptop. One day it's ok, another I ...
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Error running MySQL Daemon

I'm getting a bizarre error running my mysql daemon as the user 'mysql' here is what the command spews out, now I've checked and the instance isn't running already :S So, I have no idea why it's ...
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MySQL Eating CPU Usage (Urgent)

Recently, I purged the cache files for my website and now MySQL is eating up CPU up to 100%. It slowly grows from 10% to 100% within 5min and so the server crashes. Fortunately, I turned stopped the ...
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Updated MySQL: MySQL Daemon has failed to start

Just updated my MySQL on CentOS when I did yum update. My website threw some MySQL errors and I found out that MySQL wasn't running: # /etc/init.d/mysqld start MySQL Daemon failed to start. Starting ...
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Does Anyone Know Where To Find Some Example Daemons?

I´ve never written a daemon before and I am trying to write a rather complex one that has to connect to a MYSQL database to see if it is time (or past time) to perform a ftp retrieval, then try to ...
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Starting a mysql server in my ${HOME}?

I'm not root on my server (linux) and this server doesn't currently run a mysql server as a daemon. Can I start a mysql daemon that would only work for my account and where the data/files would be ...