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No reaction on service mysql start, init script works

After upgrading Ubuntu from 12.04 to 13.10, the MySQL server (now 5.5) does not start/stop with service mysql start|stop. When typing /etc/init.d/mysql start, everything works fine. Once it does ...
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Auto restarting asterisk and mysql using upstart

I want asterisk and mysql to be able to auto-restart if anything were to happen to it, like if it crashed. I found a guide with what I'm looking for, but it's written assuming that the /etc/inittab ...
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Upstart can't start MySQL

After an installation of MySQL, I get a few errors and I can't run the MySQL daemon. I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling several times, and I'm not sure what's going on. Here's a snippit of what ...
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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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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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Alternative way to start mysql server other than upstart?

I have a chrooted 10.04 LTS installation on a NAS, it works great but breaks Upstart very badly. MySQL only works via Upstart these days, so I created a workaround to start like this: dtach -n ...
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Where do I put my start up script for mysql?

I have created a second instance of MySQL on the server for replication, if I start the process manually it works but need it to start at bootup. I used to just do a bash script in the init.d folder ...
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Using Upstart after building Apache & Mysql from source

I'm using Ubuntu 10.10, Apache 2.2.17 and Mysql 5.5.10. I need some assistance getting Apache and Mysql running on boot. Reading the getting started over at upstart website attempting to get it to ...
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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 ...
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why would /etc/init.d/mysql run the wrong upstart job?

update: /lib/init/upstart-job has been replaced with the MongoDB init script. For some reason, /etc/init.d/mysql start|stop|restart|status (/etc/init.d/mysql is simply a symlink to ...