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Hi to All I installed mysql on a computer that had Red Hat AS 3.3 (The rpm's that I installed are from RHN). When I go to do a service ...
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    Hi to All
    I installed mysql on a computer that had Red Hat AS 3.3 (The rpm's that I installed are from RHN). When I go to do a service mysqld start or a service mysql start I get a unrecognized service.

    Can someone plz help me.
    Thanks
    Thomas

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    MySQL Start

    Greetings,

    Try this command to start your mysql /etc/rc.d/init.d/mysqld start.

    Regards

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    AFAIK "service" looks for scripts in /etc/init.d. It sounds as if you haven't got an rc script in there for mysql. You can use "chkconfig --list" to see what's installed, and installed for each run level. Check and get back to us if you need more advice.

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    http://dev.mysql.com/doc/mysql/en/in...ng-binary.html

    you have to follow the instructions from mysql website, mysql can be a BEast to set up the first time.

    Luc

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