The fix in this case is to change the cron job to not remove mysql. Then i ran mysqld-nt --console, and i got the same innodb error from above, it seems i can't access the innodb file ibdata1, i'm not sure why. Lets try running another command. Here's an example from some C source. Luckily, the fix was quite simple.
After power cut or the phylogeny wrong restarts, this question then occurs. You can also check this through your windows firewall setting. When I use mysql -u dbuser -p from command line, I can login. Now I am using windows 2003 and mysql 5. Your line There are several things what you can check and test. You can force the use of named pipes on Windows by using. If i try to do it manually i get 'Error 1067: the service terminated unexpectedly'.
So you could connect to mysql? I wiped and reinstalled again, this time i'm not touching the wizard. If its there, try deleting it before you double-click your WinMysqlAdmin icon in the bin folder and let the Admin utility create the 'my. I found my answer after endless tries though. So it seems the config wizard is messing up the install. I really can't figure out what went wrong. If the port is in use for a new connection, that packet from the old connection could break the protocol or compromise personal information from the original connection.
I started that one using the process below and it worked. There are two ways to address this problem: Important The following procedure involves modifying the Windows registry. If you're experiencing that quite often your clients get that error, you can find a workaround here:. I had tried this repeatedly with no success. Make sure the services has been started.
Start by checking whether there is a process named running on your server host. But the error messages that you get sounds a lot like the connection can't be established. I have to use the command: net start mysql --console. If not, add it at the end 127. You also need to ensure that clients have permission to access the mysql. Make sure you restarted the complete OpenOffice including the quickstarter after you installed the extension for direct mysql connections. The valid range is between 30 and 300 decimal, although you may wish to check with Microsoft for the latest permitted values.
I set up everything, got it working but could not connect my MySql remotely whatever I did. It -seems- at least that the service starts the first time i run the config wizard after an install, as the 10061 error doesn't pop up until it gets to the 'security settings' step. If the server was started with the system variable set to 127. Note: Undoing the above should be as simple as deleting the registry entries you've created. Make sure that the server has not been configured to ignore network connections or if you are attempting to connect remotely that it has not been configured to listen only locally on its network interfaces. The security setting could not be applied to the database because the connection has failed with the following error: Error no. I am using Windows 7 64 bit professional.
I am often use tools stop mysql service. Woww - looks like we are going somewhere. The error 2002 Can't connect to. I recommend using the Administrator, the last Mysql to date, and Php 5. So, experimentally, i ran the config wizard again, to try and change the root password all the other settings seem to have taken, even though it errored out.
Your problem is not the result of a bug. In the event log, corresponding with that error, i see 'mysqld-nt got signal 11. I have to use the command: net start mysql --console. I tried typing in services. Secondly, i don't believe the root password was set, because the 'security settings' config step failed. So I think mysql should add auto fix not normal shutdown wrong.
I really can't figure out what went wrong. Not sure if that was the problem or not, because now I can check it and still log in fine, but that's all I recall changing. Here are some more details about the install, in case any of it matters. Otherwise right click on service and start to service. My database is connected, properly working but when I click on a specific table system throws this exception.
I set up everything, got it working but could not connect my MySql remotely whatever I did. I really want to know, I have tried installing and uninstalling of course about 50 times, and am down to ver 5. Anoop Ok - then are you sure that mysql is running? Another thing that you can try is just for troubleshooting use a gui client. Just use: mysql -uroot Did you choose any opton other than typical while reinstalling I've been installing it on F: the program drive on this server with the data files on D: the data drive. Not the answer you're looking for? I am using Windows 7 64 bit professional. Thank you Rudolfo and Therabi for your quick response. I checked my user name with the command select user ; and obtained root localhost.