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Manager of pid-file quit without updating fi[FAILED] This is on a replication slave.I tried restarting as there were problems with the slave status. Also check to ensure that there are no copies of mysqld running with this command ps -ef | grep mysqld | grep -v grep It should return nothing if it does return something then post the output back and we'll take a look Thanks!Use the following command to check if there is a My SQL service running already.6) Remove the log file named ib_logfile in the My SQL data directory /var/lib/mysql/ or just back it up now and restart the My SQL service. This occurs when My SQL is upgraded to a later version or due to insufficient permission and ownership issue in My SQL data directory. The server quit without updating PID file (/var/lib/mysql/” is thrown when My SQL fails to start.The PID file in the My SQL data directory is gone and My SQL wont behave without it.The default My SQL data directory is /var/lib/mysql/.

I guess you need to do some digging, but as a punt you could always try firing off the stop part of the init script and then try to start it again /etc/init.d/mysql top /etc/init.d/mysql start Assuming you're running some linux flavour, otherwise run the script from wherever they are in your os i.e.Use the following command to remove the log files and back it up.Change the present working directory to My SQL data directory.Sometimes My SQL service fails to start when it faces difficulty in updating the log files.The log files will be created automatically once you restart the My SQL service.

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