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Stuck booting after network adapter change

I have been switching around my VirtualBox network adapters recently, and when I got to the office today my Ubuntu 14.04 server VM got stuck at Starting MySQL [OK] (or whatever the phrasing is of that ...
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Start services only when really required

I use my desktop box as dev "server", so I have installed mysql+apache+whatever. This causes boot to last longer, also memory consumption is high since I have all this services running. Does a ...
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After I changed mysql datadir to an extra usb drive (/media/***/mysql), Ubuntu can't boot without that disk

Forgive my poor English and thank you for your time. I got a boot problem since I changed the data directory of mysql to an usb drive followed a web site guidence. I'm pretty sure that mysql works ...
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What makes mysql service autostart, while it's disabled in BootUp-manager?

The mysql service is not enabled in BootUp-manager, yet it is working after system starts. Is it awaken by another service? How to determine what causes that? EDIT Fix as instructed here.
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How to check if openvpn is connected in Upstart?

I need to run a script after mysql and openvpn are started (Ubuntu for ARM). I can succesfully run the script with upstart with this .conf: # my upstart for logging boot start on (starting openvpn ...
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Ubuntu 12.04 Mysql doesn't start on reboot; starts ok later manually

I've just installed MySql to support a mediawiki install on 12.04 64bit. Everything appears to be working ok, except that at boot-up, mysql server fails to start. This results in an error appearing on ...
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Boot order of MySQL

I have a conflict with two programs in Ubuntu 10.04. I have configured an init.d file that boots up a program. However, this program requires MySQL to be running before it starts. When I boot the ...
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Mysqld not starting on boot?

After upgrading to Pangolin, mysqld is not starting on boot. I've looked into various other MySQL issues with the Pangolin release, and I haven't seen the same issue that other people are having ...
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How to stop mysql from running at boot time?

How could I stop Mysql from running at boot time? Is there any GUI for that or this must be done through console? It's Ubuntu 10.10
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How to avoid mysqld to start on boot

In my laptop I have installed a LAMP environment for developing PHP apps. I would like to prevent these services (Apache, Mysql,..) starting on boot. For apache is pretty simple to avoid it: sudo ...
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MySQL server Upstart script not working on boot

For some reason the Upstart script for the MySQL server isn't working when I boot my server, however it does work once the server has booted and I execute sudo start mysql manually. I'm running an ...
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Why does mysql process starts on boot?

As you can see, mysql exists only in the /etc/init.d directory and not in /etc/rcN.d, therefore it shouldn't start on boot. $ sudo find /etc -regex ".*\(rc.*d\|init\.d\).*" | sudo grep "mysql" | sort ...