Starting mysql manager of pid file quit without updating

I was working under the assumption that the mysql\bin directory had been added to the system PATH variable, but really you need to use absolute file paths when installing services.

In my case, I used; C:\ C:\mysql\bin\mysqld --install My SQL --defaults-file=C:\mysql\This starts the service automatically with Windows bootup, and will load the configuration file which you have to place within the mysql directory.

I added the \bin to the windows path, and I was installing the service only with "mysqld --install".mysqld --install The service is reported as being installed successfully, however, under the Services panel it shows the executable path as ' C:\mysqld' when in fact it is located under ' C:\mysql\bin'.For instructions, see Section 2.3.7.5, “Starting My SQL from the Windows Command Line”.If you encounter difficulties during installation, see Section 2.3.8, “Troubleshooting a Microsoft Windows My SQL Server Installation”.During a recent update using custom build, one of the items was mysql going from 5.1.55 to 5.1.56, not a big update I assumed etc..

Well after mysql was updated it failed to start throwing the following error.

100110 [ERROR] Aborting 100110 Inno DB: Starting shutdown...

100110 Inno DB: Shutdown completed; log sequence number 0 3748305 100110 [Note] /usr/local/mysql/bin/mysqld: Shutdown completea) Stop mysql server # /etc/init.d/mysql stop OR # /etc/init.d/mysqld stop b) Check filesystem and /tmp directories: $ df -h $ cd /tmp $ df -h /tmp c) Remove files from /tmp to free up space: # cd /tmp # rm -rf * d) Look into /var/log directory and remove or compress logs file.

This can be due to the mysqld was killed unexpectedly and unable to restart This can be due to the files / folder permissions of the mysql folder. we are going to address one by one and resolving the issues.

When installing squeezeboxserver, which required My SQL 5 I found that some programs were required that were not included. postinst script returned status 1 ERROR: mysql5.postinst returned 1 It's all Greek to me. I get the same error, could someone publish the exact steps required to resolve this? I wrote a more detailed blog at rockydog./ wordpress/ that details the fix (at least how it worked for me).

This error generally indicates that My SQL is not starting as it is unable to load a variable set in /etc/ You can refer following optimal settings for the /etc/