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Re: mysqld doesn't honor "kill -15" -anymore

On Sun, May 23, 2010 at 04:48:04PM +0200, Kurt Schreiner wrote:
> Hi,
> wondering why "reboot" didn't succeed on my Ultra40 I found
> /etc/rc.d/mysqld in a never ending loop waiting for the server
> do die. "kill <mysqlpid>" just did nothing, so I used "kill -11"
> (or "kill -12") to get mysql out of the way. This did the trick.

Hmm, I also had a problem that the rc script couldn't stop mysqld
but thought it maybe related that this mysql was build with 5.99.22
and I just updated to 5.99.29 without recompiling it yet.

This is on i386.


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