Since there has not been any change on the mysql_install_db.sh script
regarding this for long, I thought that such output message was normal
and that the error log would be as it says in /var/lib/mysql.
But on Debian it is not and you are right, error log goes to
Op di 12 feb. 2019 om 18:13 schreef Faustin Lammler :
> It seems that in this case, the error log should indeed be in the
> datadir ($ldata -> /var/lib/mysql).
> I have double checked and this behavior is the same since 10.1 (Debian
> or upstream).
It seems that in this case, the error log should indeed be in the
datadir ($ldata -> /var/lib/mysql).
I have double checked and this behavior is the same since 10.1 (Debian
yes this is true but your output comes from the mysql_install_db.sh
install script (not from mariadb server itself).
I can't see any change between 10.1 and 10.3 version (and 10.4 upstream
version) regarding this behavior, let me dig a bit more and check if
this is normal.
Thanks for your report.
Can I ask you what steps leads to this?
I have just checked and this seems to be the default directory
for the error log:
> The error log
> - Always enabled
> - Usually a file in the data directory, but some distributions may
> move this to other
Op ma 11 feb. 2019 om 16:06 schreef Faustin Lammler :
> I have just checked and this seems to be the default directory
> for the error log:
Debian has log_error = /var/log/mysql/error.log
Op ma 11 feb. 2019 om 16:02 schreef Faustin Lammler :
> Can I ask you what steps leads to this?
apt upgrade I think, from 10.1 to 10.3, with enable-large-prefix in a conf file.
Note it's not about the failure itself, it's about the text being
wrong about the location of logs.
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