Sun Nov 13 14:48:26 NZDT 2005
Ian McDonald wrote:
>>Or as a last resort how do uninstall mysql and start
> What version of linux do you have?
> In most you can do something like:
> "aptitude reinstall mysql"
> "yum reinstall mysql"
> and it should fix it...
Nooooo! *Slowmo dive in front of bullet* Don't uninstall and reinstall
just yet. That's simply a socket file. Restarting mysqld should
recreate the socket, assuming the daemon is running as a user that has
write access to the directory where the socket lives.
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