/etc/mysql, everything in it.
apt-get --purge remove mysql-server
apt-get install mysql-server
They will not return, how do I get them to?
There seems to be some very specific config the files need to use upstarts
service mysql start including some debian-sys-maint (or something) config settings... wish it was a simple as making a
/etc/mysql/my.cnf but its not.