--On July 4, 2007 4:00:48 PM -0600 Andrew Falanga <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
All ports that run daemons should put a startup script in
/usr/local/etc/rc.d. Mysqld does. Look at that script and it will
explain what you need to do to start mysql. The port maintainer has
written the script so that it should start mysqld properly.
This is pretty pathetic but I'm batting a 1000 on this one. I
installed mysql a few weeks ago on this web server I'm making for my
church and didn't do anything with it at that point (that was the
first mistake). I've not used mysql (I usually use PostgreSQL) but
WebGUI wants mysql. So, being completely unfamiliar with it, I cannot
figure out how to start this thing.
I eventually figured out that the mysqld process starts by using
mysqld_safe in /usr/local/bin. However, I can't get it to start. At
first it was because the directory /var/db/mysql didn't exist. I
created that and now I get this:
Basically, you add mysqld_enable="YES" to the /etc/rc.conf file, but look
at the script and read the comments in it.
Paul Schmehl ([EMAIL PROTECTED])
Senior Information Security Analyst
The University of Texas at Dallas