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accepted No mysqld or mysql.server after mariadb-server install
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answered No mysqld or mysql.server after mariadb-server install
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comment No mysqld or mysql.server after mariadb-server install
mysqld is indeed present in the /usr/libexec/ directory. However I don't see anything about MariaDB (or MySQL) in the output of the systemctl list-units command
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comment mysqldump skip one table
Aha! I suspected the answer was there in front of me, I was just dead set it would/should be called "skip" something so I didn't even read that part of the options list :)
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comment MySQL replication not working on leap day
Since we are looking in to upgrading servers anyway, I will simply bite the bullet and do a new dump and restart everything
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accepted MySQL replication not working on leap day