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new installation on CentOS 7 systemctl startup order?
I installed 5.7 new on a CentOS 7 platform, which is new for me.
It created a mysql and mysqld systemctl startup script.
One of them fails, when the other one is started up.
What is the proper order when starting mysql? "systemctl start mysql" or "systemctl start mysqld" does one or the other have to be disabled? I had to disable one of them, because of this.
Strange this would happen on a fresh installation, but I wanted to get an idea of perhaps I did something wrong or not. Pretty much very basic installation. In fact, I installed it on a new machines just to verify and it did the same thing.
Mysql/Persona process mysqld does in fact start, its just the second iteration of the script that seems to fail.