Valentin Bud wrote:

 And of course if there are other possibilities to run 2 mysqld
instances on one server
please let me know.

There is no limit, how many instances of mysqld you can run. Just
specify different database directories and sockets for each instance.
Something like that:

$ mysqld --datadir=<your sql instance dada dir> --socket=/tmp/<your
socket> ...

There is no need to run mysqld as root (and better not do that). Just
any regular user is OK for mysqld.


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