MySQL installed .... twice

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Hello,

I'm relatively new to dedicated hosting. I run CentOS. I was updating PHP and had to yum erase things... MySQL was one of them. I yum installed everything I needed i get this:

Installed Packages
Name : mysql
Arch : i386
Version : 5.0.77
Release : 4.el5_4.2
Size : 7.9 M
Repo : installed
Summary : MySQL client programs and shared libraries
License : GPLv2 with exceptions
Description: MySQL is a multi-user, multi-threaded SQL database server. MySQL is a
: client/server implementation consisting of a server daemon (mysqld)
: and many different client programs and libraries. The base package
: contains the MySQL client programs, the client shared libraries, and
: generic MySQL files.

Name : mysql
Arch : x86_64
Version : 5.0.86
Release : jason.2
Size : 15 M
Repo : installed
Summary : MySQL client programs and shared libraries
License : GPLv2 with exceptions
Description: MySQL is a multi-user, multi-threaded SQL database server. MySQL is a
: client/server implementation consisting of a server daemon (mysqld)
: and many different client programs and libraries. The base package
: contains the standard MySQL client programs, generic MySQL files, and
: the shared libraries required for MySQL clients.

Neither of them wants to run... :?

Any ideas?
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Arch : x86_64

Does that mean that the second install is 64 bit? Is it supposed to be arch? I don't know mysql but I was wondering of that could be part of the problem.
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It's normal for 64-bit CentOS to have both a 64-bit and a 32-bit package for a lot of things, that's fairly normal.

try this (as root):
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# mv /etc/my.cnf.rpmsave /etc/my.cnf
# /etc/init.d/mysqld restart
# chkconfig mysqld --level 2345 on
  1. # mv /etc/my.cnf.rpmsave /etc/my.cnf
  2. # /etc/init.d/mysqld restart
  3. # chkconfig mysqld --level 2345 on


MySQL should be running. You may or may not have the "my.cnf.rpmsave" file depending on whether your uninstall/reinstall process created it. If it's not there don't worry about it.

You can check to see if it's running with:
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# service mysqld status


I realize this is over a month old, but others may find this useful.

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