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Old 08-24-2007, 10:27 AM   #1
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Question mysqld not recognized in "service" after upgrade from 3.23

I am running RH9.0 and recently upgraded to mysql 4.1 from 3.23 with a intermediate install of 4.0. After restarting 4.1 is running but is not recognized by the "service" program. "my.cnf" points to the pid @ /var/run/mysqld/ but that no longer exists.
There is a mysql file in /etc/init.d but not a mysqld file. In searching for all pids I found one in the /var/lib/mysql with the host How do I get things setup so that I can stop and start mysql with "service"?


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