Had an issue with mysql on the server so decided to completely remove it via the following sudo apt-get remove --purge mysql-server mysql-client mysql-common rm -rf /var/lib/mysql rm -rf /etc/mysql* ...
For some reason my /var/run/ dir on debian6 had it's chown and chmod changed. Problem is from what? Outcome is that mysql fails. I'm guessing the easiest way to fix is to reinstall MySQL. (Previously ...
I'm using Windows 7 Ultimate x64. After reinstalling OS copied back whole MySQL data directory to C:/Programdata. But now when i'm trying to open some table from restored db's with Navicat it shows me ...
I was trying to move the MySQL tables so them were in another folder, so I messed out the plugins table or something like that and I ended up reinstalling the whole thing. I did sudo aptitude purge ...
A few days ago I installed mysql-server on a machine and then discovered that it was putting it's data file on a partition without nearly enough room. So (because there was nothing I cared about in ...
I have an old MySQL installation for which I do not have the password. How can I reset the password? My first idea was to completely remove it and reinstall with a new password. I am using Windows ...