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Re: Mysql server does not start in boot time NetBSD 6.0

2012/12/25, Helge Mühlmeier <>:
> Hi,
> I think you have to use
> mysqld=YES in /etc/rc.conf instead of mysql=YES

Ok, thanks for your reply, I do not remember exactly if it is mysql or
mysqld, but i copy the example script that NetBSD says when mysql
server finished the installation:
cp /usr/pkg/share/examples/rc.d/mysqld or mysql to /etc/rc.d/, is the
daemon that i am using in /etc/rc.conf.

Yes is mysqld, sorry, but is the same, the daemon does not start in
boot time, i saw in boot time that says mysqld stating, but when i am
inside and put /etc/rc.d/mysqld status it says mysqld is not running,
for me is strange, because in another release for example 5.2 it
works, i remember that mysqld=YES was sufficient, thanks in advance
for your repley again!
> Greetings,
> Helge
> Am 25.12.2012 18:02, schrieb Edgar Rodolfo:
>> Hi i am using NetBSD 6.0 release i386, normally i start it when i put
>> mysql=YES in rc.conf, but in the release 6.0 it does not work, the
>> daemon does not start, then i am starting with /etc/rc.d/mysql start,
>> but is manually, i installed mysql-server using pkgin also i tested
>> with pkgsrc, in both cases the daemon does not start, can you help me,
>> please?

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