Starting mysql manager of pid file quit without updating fi

drbd_set_role_from_proc_drbd esac case $ROLE in Primary) echo "running (Primary)" exit 0 # LSB status "service is OK" ;; Secondary|Unconfigured) echo "stopped ($ROLE)" exit 3 # LSB status "service is not running" ;; *) # NOTE the "running" in below message.

It appears that what's happened is that the My SQL daemon has stopped catastrophically for some reason.

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Not sure why, which frightens me, but I'm working from a cruise boat with a poor connection and the important thing was to fix it.

Trying to restart: A quick trip to Google took me on to a couple of articles - which described different problems, or OS Specific things.

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