SuSE 9 "Starting service MySQL failed"
Date: Fri, 09 Jan 2004 02:45:36 GMT
in SuSE 9.0 I am getting this message
"Starting service MySQL failed"
... but it works?!
MySQL server version: 4.0.15-Max
from SuSE 9 installation
Is this just the first time it tries to load and then it suceeds later?? or
is is something related to a script that misses mysql-maxd??
the running processes are mysqld-max
Needless to say This message bothers me!
Any help explaining and getting rid of this message appreciated!
(I DID find something in the Suse KB about issue in 7.1)
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