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From: Wray Cason (wrayman_at_auxiliumcomputing.com)
Date: Sat 16 Feb 2002 - 00:11:37 GMT

> > sendmail: rejecting new messages: min free: 100
> > starting daemon (8.11.6): SMTP+queueing_at_01:00:00
> > sendmail[2458]: rejecting new messages: min free: 100
> I'm wondering if you're able to see the full message? Is it
> something like min free memory, disk space or something else?
> Are you low on disk space or memory or are you running quotas?
> > Stopping MySQL: [FAILED]
> > Shutting down kernel logger: [FAILED]
> > Starting killall: Stopping MySQL: [FAILED]
> > [FAILED]
> > Any clues?
> Not much I can think of here, I never could get mysql starting
> and stopping properly with needing to run it as the admin or
> mysql user.
I had the same problem with mysqld. I found that the mysql user didn't have
access to the var/run directory. It would start showing the following error
in the mysqld.log.

020215 09:33:57 mysqld started
020215 9:33:57 /usr/libexec/mysqld: Can't create/write to
file '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.pid' (Errcode: 2)
/usr/libexec/mysqld: ready for connections

I allowed the mysql user to write to /var/run and manually created
the /var/run/mysqld directory and now it can shut itself down properly.

> There was a thread here a few days ago about the vserver script
> running an rm command on /var/run which was killing mysql incorrectly.
> (The messages are now on a web forum somewhere?)
> I'm guessing it's all tied in with the bug in the vserver
> script.
> Regards
> John Lyons
> DomainCity
> http://www.domaincity.co.uk
> support_at_domaincity.co.uk
> ICQ 74187012
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Wray Cason "Wrayman"
Auxilium Computing

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