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sapient 23rd October 2005 01:01

Removed PostFix, Now MySql Problems!!!
 
Please help.

I decided to reinstall postfix to hopefully solve a problem i had with it.

i done an

apt-get remove postfix

then

apt-get install postfix

when it went to remove postfix it shutdown msyqld

and now Mysql isnt working!!! what have i done!???? what can i do>?

sapient 23rd October 2005 01:01

I cant even find mysqld! or run it... is everything lost?

[edit]
Well, I now know that everything is not lost. My Mysql folder is still there and I found all the tables and databases in there. But Mysqld is nowhere to be found and of course it is not running.

So everything on my server is just sitting still. Please tell me how to get mysqld back up and running (or installed) and how to restore the databases - if i need to.
[/edit]

falko 23rd October 2005 14:03

Does /etc/init.d/mysql exist? If so, run
Code:

/etc/init.d/mysql start
to start MySQL.

If not, run
Code:

apt-get install mysql-server mysql-client libmysqlclient12-dev
to re-install MySQL.

sapient 23rd October 2005 16:02

etc/init.d/mysql is there, but when i:

Code:

/etc/init.d/mysql start
nothing happens. :confused:

till 23rd October 2005 16:05

Did you get any errors in the syslog or in the mysql log?

sapient 23rd October 2005 16:16

mysql logs are empty :(
and syslog doesnt seem to catch anything when I try to run or stop or restart mysql

sapient 23rd October 2005 16:31

I tried to apt-get install but i keep getting the error

Quote:

Could not resolve 'mirrors.kernel.org'
Strange considering my other computers on the Lan can reach it. If I do an nslookup with my server it is showing 192.26.92.30 as the ip. I suppose there are more problems than just mysql. Perhaps a complete reinstall will fix (Debian & Ispconfig)?

sapient 23rd October 2005 18:37

Reinstall is going fine- no worries now. thx for the great how-to's

sapient 23rd October 2005 21:23

Apache2 default page
 
Ive got it all back up and running smooth except:

whenever i goto one of my sites it goes to the apache2_default directory and displays the default apache2 index page.

What do i need to change to fix this? (my sites are all there with their pages, but I cant see them because apache automatically re-routes me)

till 23rd October 2005 21:30

You will see this behaviour when an vhost can not be found or has the wrong IP address.

If you are in a NAT enviroment, your websites must have private IP's assigned.


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