Mysql manager of pid file quit without updating fi


when i start mysql with command ''./mysql.server start'' I got this error Manager of pid file quit without updating pid file. I thoroughly search for the solution to fix this error but cannot resolve it yet. The root cause could be a variety of things, for example file permissions problems in your datadir, or the config file contained an invalid line, or dozens of other possible problems.I copied file to the /etc directory and rename it by also edited this file in the section ''The mysql Server'' and add these lines ''datadir = /exports/disk0/data'' but could fix this problem. When you get the error about the pid file, the first thing you should do is to go read the My SQL error log file.build/debian/percona-server-server-5.1.( 0/-182)build/debian/percona-server-server-5.1.postinst ( 0/-286)build/debian/percona-server-server-5.1.postrm ( 0/-83)build/debian/percona-server-server-5.1.preinst ( 0/-186)build/debian/percona-server-server-5.1.prerm ( 0/-8) Resubmitting the merge with an updated --fixes pointing to bug lp:1072538.

/usr/share/mysql/mysql.server status &1; then /bin/mv /usr/syno/etc/packages/Maria DB/"/usr/syno/etc/packages/Maria DB/`/bin/date %s`" /usr/syno/bin/synodsmnotify @administrators dsmnotify:system_event "Failed to start Maria DB with customized my.cnf, restart with default configuration." /usr/share/mysql/mysql.server start fi Upgrade Database /usr/share/mysql/mysql.server status ;; I'm having the same issue, updating to the most recent version of dsm fixed it temporarily, then I did a reboot just to make sure everything is okay, and now it has stopped working again.

The same error message with "my.cnf" being a problem, not really sure whats the issue here.

make an alternative to "mysql" init script too cause "httpd" will be included in the original "mysql" script 4.

include httpd startup script with a sleep command of 180 (i guess i have to include it to the "start" part...

y-dsm-5-0/Sure it involves somebody changing something in the beta, but it seemed to get Maria DB going.