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mysql server won't fire up on my winME machine!

Postby Pim » Tue Aug 06, 2002 10:13 pm

Hello,

At the moment I'm unable to start my SQL server.
I used it yesterday and it all worked fine. Today the server has an off day.
Where can I find a logging which contains information why the damn thing won't start?

I did find the Err file displayed by WinMySQLadmin. But this does not contain any information which might help me understand the error.

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Re: mysql server won't fire up on my winME machine!

Postby WiZARD » Wed Aug 07, 2002 1:04 am

Pim wrote:Hello,

At the moment I'm unable to start my SQL server.
I used it yesterday and it all worked fine. Today the server has an off day.
Where can I find a logging which contains information why the damn thing won't start?

I did find the Err file displayed by WinMySQLadmin. But this does not contain any information which might help me understand the error.

Regards,
Pim

try run and manage in command line
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Postby Pim » Wed Aug 07, 2002 3:14 am

No result.

The damn thing just wont start!
Can't find any logging. Even tried some mysqld --silent --force things and still no result.

The other problem is that I can't read the tekst which pops up during startup. Any idea how to get that in a file or something?

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Postby WiZARD » Wed Aug 07, 2002 4:56 am

Pim wrote:No result.

The damn thing just wont start!
Can't find any logging. Even tried some mysqld --silent --force things and still no result.

The other problem is that I can't read the tekst which pops up during startup. Any idea how to get that in a file or something?

Pim

Try reinstall MySQL but only not forget save your database....
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Postby Pim » Thu Aug 08, 2002 11:23 pm

Hi WIZARD,

Not getting any further. At the moment not even uninstalling and reinstalling MySQL seems to fix the problem. :?

I did read a section about MySQL and Laptop power down failure. Which is this an open problem. So I guess their is still some digging to do.

Will let you know if I find something!

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BTW where do you get these small funny pictures?
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Postby DoppyNL » Thu Aug 08, 2002 11:46 pm

Pim wrote:BTW where do you get these small funny pictures?


make them you'reself with photoshop or something or search the internet. I did the latter. You can set you're avatar in you're profile.

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Postby Jay » Fri Aug 09, 2002 12:35 am

This probably won't be much help, but I've found Windows ME to be the worst OS system to be provided by MS, EVER! I tried it once, never again. You may just want to get rid of it generally ;)
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Postby Pim » Tue Aug 13, 2002 5:33 am

Hello,

finally some time again to have a look at this problem.
BTW mysql still doesn't work.

When I start the server, the only thing that happens is is you request the help. Like c:\mysql\bin\mysqld.exe --help.
But I'm not doing this. And it doesn't return an error code.

Does anyone has an idea why mysql doesn't want to start anymore? Even a complate reinstall gives the same result.

:(

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Postby Pim » Tue Aug 13, 2002 10:55 pm

Well finally I got it.

I had uncommented a line in my.ini. :oops:

#slow query log=c:/mysql/log

It's there but it doesn't work. But why did it take me more then a week to discover the stupid line caused the error.

Well al least I'm off working on my application again.

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