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answered Is there a GUI alternative to Putty SSH for transferring files?
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comment Transfer 10TB of files from USA -> UK datacenter
xkcd.com/949
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comment MySQL Service Stopped on its own
In my windows box, I have a C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.0\data\kps06.err file and another at C:\mysql\data\kps06.err (from the second mysql installation). So, if you are on Windows, check your MySQL installation folder\data\ for an *.err file.
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comment MySQL Service Stopped on its own
Also (on the previous link): On Windows, error output is always written to the .err file if --console is not given. In addition, on Windows, events and error messages are written to the Windows Event Log within the Application log. Entries marked as Warning and Note are written to the Event Log, but informational messages (such as information statements from individual storage engines) are not copied to the Event Log. The log entries have a source of MySQL. You cannot disable writing information to the Windows Event Log.
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comment MySQL Service Stopped on its own
See the Error Log page on MySQL Reference: dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/error-log.html
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comment MySQL Service Stopped on its own
It's sometimes called myweb.com.err or otherwise. See your mysql config file (usually my.cnf). Are you using Windows or Linux ?
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comment MySQL Service Stopped on its own
Try looking into the mysql error log, perhaps at /var/log/mysql/mysqld.err. If it's not there, see the config file for the error log location.
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comment Confusing MySQL error/warning/info message
Did you try service mysql stop ?
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