Am 01.06.2017 um 00:01 schrieb Matthew Black:
I DON'T RUN SYSTEMD, so that's not an option. At all. Why is that so hard to grasp?
then just clone the sysvinit script as i have done years ago before
syetemd on dozens of machines without ever touch mysqld_multi - why is
that so hard to grasp?
Where do I enter the command "create table database" when mysqld isn't running? It isn't possible to launch mysqld when there's no database directory or initialized database.
*that* was missing from the very begin but still RTFM
in my google search field is nothing more than "mysql init database"
and guess what - when you have *somewhere* a running instance you can
just shut it down, rsync the "mysql" folder from the datadir to the new
instance and just fire it up - that's how i clone and init mysqld
instances since 15 years, i explained that already
You fail to grasp my problem and your answers are completely unhelpful
you fail to describe your problem properly
they don't behave anything different if you have a single server
Really? With mysqld_multi, each mysqld daemon listens on a separate port. Each database instance gets its own environment that database administrators control WITHOUT INTERFERING with other database instances. In single-server environment, the server listens only on port 3306 and all databases run on that one port; it is not possible to shutdown individual databases, only ALL databases.
tell me something new - but there is no difference how you connect to a
databaseserver - just host/port or host/socket - so what
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