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

On Dec 26, 2012, at 01:32, Edgar Rodolfo <> wrote:
> Currently i have two machines (one virtual machine and real machine)
> in both is the same, mysql 5.1 version and 5.5 is the same strange
> behavior  they do not start in boot time :(, but is normally when i
> write /etc/rc.d/mysqld start.
> I have NetBSD 6.0 release i386 (NetBSD-6.0-i386)
> I read some recomendations, e.g.
>, but i
> can not start mysql in boot time normally as i do in another release
> (5.x)

As a workaround, can you try to add a "sleep 5" after the command that starts 
mysqld in /etc/rc.d/mysqld (see the attached diff)? This works for me in all 
the cases that I have tested (i386 and amd64, NetBSD 6 and current).


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