It seems you have issue with you permission on mysql datadir.
Run below command [mysqld] datadir=/var/lib/mysql socket=/var/lib/mysql/user=mysql # Disabling symbolic-links is recommended to prevent assorted security risks symbolic-links=0 [mysqld_safe] log-error=/var/log/pid-file=/var/run/mysqld/), that it is the actual one that mysql is using when it runs, and that it has the correct configuration for the installation you created.
One of Debian's goals is to provide a consistent upgrade path and a secure upgrade process.
We always do our best to make upgrading to new releases a smooth procedure.
Of course, you can get the same benefit if you are already using a standard caching proxy and all your systems are configured to use it.
/etc/pki/tls//home/monty/./opt/rightscale/sandbox//root/./usr/share/doc/My SQL-server-5.6.10//usr/share/mysql//var/lib/mysql/In Cent OS you need to copy /usr/share/doc/My SQL-server-5.6.10/to /etc/and you have to make changes in as per your server configuration,after every changes in to get reflect you need to restart you mysql server.
Note that 10g R2 won't fit on a single CD since it has over 780MB.
Or you can use the redirector service httpredir.which aims to solve the problem of choosing a Debian mirror.
It uses the geographic location of the user and other information to choose the best mirror that can serve the files.
For example to set this to approx 50 megabytes per second as minimum use: The results are instant…
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