Re: How to start MySql on %post install and insert data
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Hi Rocha, You will probably need to do this in "%post --nochroot" section Mount stuff to your chroot: mount -o bind /dev /mnt/sysimage/dev mount -o bind /sys /mnt/sysimage/sys mount -o bind /proc /mnt/sysimage/proc Raise a network interface: /sbin/ifconfig lo up After which, your %post should probably work. You will be able to run mysqld from installer context.I'm not sure if that is really a good idea though, it might be better to have a simple script that does this at first boot.
Regards, Adrian Cruceru On 01/26/2012 05:35 PM, Sebastiao Rocha wrote:
I already try your sugeestion, mysqld start, but without bind socket, so mysqld start but mysql and mysqladmin does not connect to him. any other sugestions ? On Thu, 26 Jan 2012 00:34:37 -0200, Sebastiao Rocha<rocha@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:Hi guys, i nee ome help. im using kickstart from fedora 7 to fedora 13, now im trying to use itonfedora 16 with no success my trouble is how to start mysqld on post install i have tried this code... systemctl enable mysqld.service systemctl start mysqld.service but it gave me a error message: "Running in chroot, ignoring request" and mysqld does not start to allow data insertion with mysql<< anyone know hot to do this on fc15+ with systemd ? thanks... Rocha _______________________________________________ Kickstart-list mailing list Kickstart-list@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/kickstart-list
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