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?
Fix as instructed here.
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AFAIK MySQL differs from other services. For instance:
sudo update-rc.d nginx disable # Works sudo update-rc.d mysql disable # Does not
I don't know how BootUp Manager (
bum) works, but it wouldn't surprise me that it is not capable to manage MySQL.
To disable MySQL from startup you will have to manually do it, for that see: How to stop mysql from running at boot time?
Again, no sure if this is a bug on that tool or not (no sources for say so).