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Old 01-20-2005, 09:11 AM   #1
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Slackware MySQL, tons of servers and one root? (Also similar with apache)

When I start, MySQL autostarts, it starts 8 processes with the intended user, and mysql_safe with root. How do I disable the auto starting of mysql_safe in root, and only one MySQL process?

Also, with apache, similar problem, one httpd with the www user I created, and one in root. How do I tell it not to use root? The httpd.conf is correct I think, it uses the correct "User" directive.

Thanks n__n


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