Acces violation at address 10002593 in module 'LIBMYSQL.dll'

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Acces violation at address 10002593 in module 'LIBMYSQL.dll'

Postby truongp » 17. February 2008 05:58

Hi,

My name is Pierre Truong, after one week without any problem with my XAMPP 1.6.5. I receive a message each time a start my windows session. Apache start, Mysql is loaded and WinMySQLAdmin appears for 2 seconds and a error message displayed with : Acces violation at address 10002593 in module LIBMYSQL.dll'. Read on address 00000000.

So i need to kill the process "MysqlAdmin" in the "Task manager" to avoid the multiple error message

My version of XAMPP is 1.6.5

Does anyone know, how to resolve this problem or disable the automatic start of mysqladmin.

Thanks
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Postby Izzy » 17. February 2008 07:44

What OS are you using?

BTW - winmysqladmin is no longer used as it is deprecated - use phpMyAdmin instead or the command line mysqladmin.
Does anyone know, how to resolve this problem or disable the automatic start of mysqladmin

Some have has success by removing or commenting out this IPv6 item
::1 localhost
commented out
# ::1 localhost
from the C:\Windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts file, if it exists.
(to edit this file simply drag it into your text editor)

Others have had success by configuring the installed firewall - check the search results below for more...


Auto-Start Issues:
Check in your Windows Services for those items that you want to disable and which are set to run as a service by right clicking the item and select Properties then change the configuration to either 'Manual' or to 'Disabled' in the Startup type: drop menu.
Windows Services:
Start>Administrative Tools>Services
or
Control Panel>Administrative Tools>Services

Also check the Startup menu of your Windows User in:
C:\Documents and Settings\user_here\Start Menu\Programs\Startup
and here:
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Startup
for any progs. that will start at boot time and simply delete them from the directory.

You can also use Start>Run...> Type msconfig Click OK
to bring up a handy System Configuration Utility GUI to change startup configs.


Search Tip
There has also been several recent posts with this same issue and a search in the Forum: XAMPP for Windows Category: Apache Friends in English for the keyword violation may return some results for you to ponder over. :)
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Postby truongp » 17. February 2008 16:20

Hi Izzy, You my man !

I found a entry of Winmysqladmin.exe in my

C:\Documents and Settings\user_here\Start Menu\Programs\Startup

i remove it and i work fine.

Thanks a lot.

:) :)
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XAMPP win2k pro LIBMYSQL.dll

Postby rr1024 » 12. March 2008 16:02

I just went through the same exact problem.

But Izzy you said "BTW - winmysqladmin is no longer used as it is deprecated - use phpMyAdmin instead or the command line mysqladmin."

which is great! but I didn't copy the file into the startup, so do we know how it it got there....Did some portion of XAMPP copy the file there at some point or did windows?
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One fix to the libmysql.dll problem

Postby caspian1 » 12. March 2008 20:30

You can go to this techno-blog for one solution to the MySQL problem. It specifically addresses the issue.

http://domesticateddogspeaks.blogspot.com/2008/03/xampp-winmysql-error-libmysqldll-error.html

Essentially you need to go to the my.ini setup in the WinMySQLAdmin 1.4 tool and change the my.ini by removing the password.

1. go to start > all programs > startup
2. select WinMySQLAdmin
3. click the "my.ini setup" tab
4. find the line with the password
5. delete the second occurrence of "password" (after the "=" sign)
6. click save modifications

The error popups will stop. this worked for me. If anyone sees a problem with this method please let me know.
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Thanks caspian

Postby seanjohn » 14. March 2008 19:00

Hey caspian1, the fix worked perfectly, but I was wondering if you knew exactly what the problem was and how the fix works.

I like to know what it is I'm doing when I do it.
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Re: One fix to the libmysql.dll problem

Postby gskerlep » 11. April 2008 11:18

caspian1 wrote:You can go to this techno-blog for one solution to the MySQL problem. It specifically addresses the issue.

http://domesticateddogspeaks.blogspot.com/2008/03/xampp-winmysql-error-libmysqldll-error.html

Essentially you need to go to the my.ini setup in the WinMySQLAdmin 1.4 tool and change the my.ini by removing the password.

1. go to start > all programs > startup
2. select WinMySQLAdmin
3. click the "my.ini setup" tab
4. find the line with the password
5. delete the second occurrence of "password" (after the "=" sign)
6. click save modifications

The error popups will stop. this worked for me. If anyone sees a problem with this method please let me know.


Ok, it worked for me.Thx, Gregor.
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Re: Acces violation at address 10002593 in module 'LIBMYSQL.dll'

Postby raggapants » 10. March 2009 22:35

Does anyone know of another way to edit the my.ini besides using WinMySQLAdmin? Whenever I click on the button for the admin, the window closes in 3-4 seconds, which does not give me enough time to edit... Thanks!
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Re: Acces violation at address 10002593 in module 'LIBMYSQL.dll'

Postby Wiedmann » 10. March 2009 23:38

Does anyone know of another way to edit the my.ini besides using WinMySQLAdmin?

With every texteditor you want.
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Re: Acces violation at address 10002593 in module 'LIBMYSQL.dll'

Postby JulioFigueras » 30. March 2009 18:18

I have Vista Business and get also the access violation messages. I stopped WinMySQLAdmin in order to avoid the on-going violation messages. If I try to use WinMySQLAdmin to change the ini file I get the messages again and can't perform the change, similar to Raggapants' problem. With a search I can't find anywhere a file called "my.ini" to update it.
Any suggestion?
tx
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Re: Acces violation at address 10002593 in module 'LIBMYSQL.dll'

Postby Wiedmann » 30. March 2009 18:20

Any suggestion?

Don't use WinMySQLAdmin .
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Re: Acces violation at address 10002593 in module 'LIBMYSQL.dll'

Postby JulioFigueras » 30. March 2009 18:38

What is the alternative for WinMySQLAdmin ?
If I use something else, can I still use Xampp then?
tx
j
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Re: Acces violation at address 10002593 in module 'LIBMYSQL.dll'

Postby Izzy » 30. March 2009 22:51

JulioFigueras wrote:What is the alternative for WinMySQLAdmin ?
If I use something else, can I still use Xampp then?
tx
j
Please re read this topic and you will find the answer.
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Re: Acces violation at address 10002593 in module 'LIBMYSQL.

Postby john2kin » 11. December 2010 08:08

i am having a problem...If I try to use WinMySQLAdmin to change the ini file I get the messages again and can't perform the change, similar to Raggapants' problem. With a search I can't find anywhere a file called "my.ini" to update it.
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Re: Acces violation at address 10002593 in module 'LIBMYSQL.

Postby JonB » 11. December 2010 15:28

uhhh - did you look in xampp\mysql\bin??? :roll:

what tool did you use to search your drive???

Winmysqladmin is actaully a tool that is designed to work with a standalone installation Windows installation of MySQL, so it may or may not work in all cases with a XAMPP installation. (as XAMPP is registry neutral) I suspect it will be OK, but that is no reall guarantee

Do you by any chance have TWO MySQL installations on the same machine??? :?:
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