MySQL HELP

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Postby Wiedmann » 02. October 2006 02:19

There is no more to explain (simply Windows basics):

Open "cmd.exe" (the command prompt) and execute the command "sc delete MySQL" (type in with the keyboard and hit <Return>).
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Postby sa3bin » 02. October 2006 12:42

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Postby Wiedmann » 02. October 2006 12:47

Then there is no service with the name "MySQL".

Sorry, but I must ask a second time:
You can start and work with MySQL if you start it with "mysql_start.bat", but not if you start MySQL with the Control Panel?
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Postby sa3bin » 02. October 2006 20:44

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Postby sa3bin » 03. October 2006 22:22

:?: :roll:
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Postby sa3bin » 05. October 2006 00:24

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Postby Wiedmann » 05. October 2006 00:46

if i uncheck SVC next to MySQL,

Well, no one told you to click on SVC ;-)

open the batch file MySQL starts.

Fine. No problem with MySQL itself.

Next step:
Stop MySQL with "mysql_stop.bat". Verify with the tasmanager that no MySQL server is running.

Do once more a "sc delete MySQL" (Just to be sure there is no service. We don't want a MySQL service at the moment.) .

Open the Control Panel (MySQL is stoped and SVC is not checked).
Start MySQL with the start button. What happens?
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Postby sa3bin » 05. October 2006 01:52

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Postby Izzy » 05. October 2006 02:13

Weidmann the Riddlerman \":)\" wrote:Quote:
if i uncheck SVC next to MySQL,

Well, no one told you to click on SVC Wink

Quote:
open the batch file MySQL starts.

Fine. No problem with MySQL itself.

Next step:
Stop MySQL with "mysql_stop.bat". Verify with the tasmanager that no MySQL server is running.

Do once more a "sc delete MySQL" (Just to be sure there is no service. We don't want a MySQL service at the moment.) .

Open the Control Panel (MySQL is stoped and SVC is not checked).
Start MySQL with the start button. What happens?


sa3bin wrote:
Well, no one told you to click on SVC ;-)


No 1 one told me NOT to either ! :roll:
How you made 8306 posts is dumb founding, there some kind of post donation i don't know about :?:
delete this thread, it's proven worthless.


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Postby Sean-Michael » 12. October 2006 17:54

I just had a problem with MySql not starting threw the control panel, I would click the button and the panel said it was running in the dialog text box but the "running", after manually highlighting the text area there was "stopped" so I read threw this posts here and tried to manually start with the mysql_start bat file, it worked and then double checked with xampp status page and indeed it was started, now I can start and stop agian with the control panel... :roll:

Maybe this helps, maybe not but I wanted to share.

Edit: I did not have the svc checked at any time.
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