On Sat, Jan 08, 2011 at 06:48:06AM -0500, william drescher wrote:
> I have unix experience and am just learning linux.
> Where is the entry that starts mySQL ? I need to edit it to start
Do you mean what starts the mysql daemon process(es)? If so then it's
the file in /etc/init.d. Any executable found in /etc/init.d is a
startup file run at system boot time (simplification, but near enough).
You'll find /etc/init.d/mysql which takes parameters start, stop and
restart (plus any other special ones for the specific daemon) and if you
look in /etc/init.d/mysql you'll be able to see what "/etc/init.d/mysql
start" does and, thence, where the configuration is. Alternatively look
at the man page for mysqld.
If you didn't mean this please explain further! :-)
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