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what about a button in services to start/stop mysql?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by ironmansp, Aug 12, 2007.

  1. ironmansp

    ironmansp Guest

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    It would be interesting to have a button in services module to start stop and restart mysql as apache and tomcat have
     
  2. matt.simpson

    matt.simpson Basic Pleskian

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    Hum... that might be a bit dangerous though. If you're currently on that "Services management" page, that means that MySQL is working.

    If there is a restart button, and it for whatever reasons fails to restart, and you don't know how to log in and start / fix it via SSH then you're SOL.

    Just my 2c.

    ~Matt
     
  3. EBHAUK

    EBHAUK Guest

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    Agreed, but there is obviously a reason for your request.

    What about if the button response says, already running. If not running restart?
     
  4. matt.simpson

    matt.simpson Basic Pleskian

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    You wouldn't be able to get to that page if MySQL were not running though. You couldn't log into Plesk, nor could you access any of the pages as they're all database driven.

    ~Matt
     
  5. PedstersPlanet

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    The mysql stop/start/restart switch is available in Virtuzzo anyway...

    Unless you have Ubuntu, then none is available lol
     
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