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    Exclamation Deamon don't start with Services Manager

    Hi!

    If i trie to strart mysql deamon with Services Manager on OpenSuse 13.2 it don't.
    When i click to start/stop button the status change to active but it's not.
    I have to start it manually with rc command.

    is it normal?

    Thanks

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    Default Re: Deamon don't start with Services Manager

    Welcome to the wonderful world of systemd.
    "Unfortunately time is always against us" -- [Morpheus]

    .:https://github.com/Jetchisel:.

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    Default Re: Deamon don't start with Services Manager

    Quote Originally Posted by nguyot View Post
    Hi!

    If i trie to strart mysql deamon with Services Manager on OpenSuse 13.2 it don't.
    When i click to start/stop button the status change to active but it's not.
    I have to start it manually with rc command.

    is it normal?

    Thanks
    With systemd, you can query with
    Code:
    systemctl status mysql
    and start with
    Code:
    systemctl start mysql

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    Default Re: Deamon don't start with Services Manager

    The rc and service command should work just fine instead of systemctl blah-blah...

    Code:
    file /usr/sbin/rcmysql
    Code:
    readlink /usr/sbin/rcmysql
    Code:
    find /usr/sbin -name 'rcmysql' -type l -printf '%p points to %l\n'
    Will tell you that rc points to /usr/sbin/service

    and
    Code:
    file /usr/sbin/service
    Will say that it is a (wrapper) shell script written in bash and by looking at the source it is already using systemd/systemctl commands
    "Unfortunately time is always against us" -- [Morpheus]

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    Default Re: Deamon don't start with Services Manager

    Yep, that's right.... better to get used to the systemd commands though, since the others may not always be around...

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    Default Re: Deamon don't start with Services Manager

    Quote Originally Posted by deano_ferrari View Post
    Yep, that's right.... better to get used to the systemd commands though, since the others may not always be around...
    +1

    Also will rc and service will survive the next release? Only the devs knows that...
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    Default Re: Deamon don't start with Services Manager

    Thanks a lot!
    It's the first time that i use systemd...
    long life to rc and service commands ^^

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