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How do I check services requiring a restart (of services, not the machine) by installing updates to other packages

If I run sudo apt-get upgrade then I get shown a list of packages and if any of these are services, they may need to be restarted (which is done automatically when installing the updates). How can I ...
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Shutting down ALL services (server backup)

I am running Ubuntu server 12.04 LTS. After many trials and errors, the backup strategy I have selected resorts to using TAR (mostly because I was unable to find a tool to backup/restore dovecot ...
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What makes mysql service autostart, while it's disabled in BootUp-manager?

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can't start mysql service anymore

I had MySQL running ... with many different databases. I install MySQL workbench today.. and was able to create any entity relationship diagram etc. Then i decided to increase the size of my ...
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MySQL stop/waiting issues; “can't connect … through socket” [closed]

So first time putting up a LAMP stack on a Bodhi machine (previously experience with WAMP, and LAMP on 10.04); I got Apache going, and a Drupal install begun, then I go to create a new database and ...
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Another MySQL daemon is already running?

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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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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 ...