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You have to ask yourself the question "How much is my data worth to me/the company?". Cheap solution: You could buy 2 2TB disks to replace the 2 1TB ones you already have. That would be a stop gap IMHO. RAID0 really doesn't cut the mustard these days with bit-rot and 24x7 operation. If one of your disks goes down, you'll place a lot of extra strain on the ...


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Use the below steps to reset the password: $ sudo systemctl start mysqld Reset the MySQL server root password. $sudo grep 'temporary password' /var/log/mysqld.log Output something like: 10.744785Z 1 [Note] A temporary password is generated for root@localhost: o!5y,oJGALQa Use the above password during reset mysql_secure_installation process. $ sudo ...


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No, you do not want to go there. Why ? The mysqld_safe script is responsible for creating and destroying the PID file You can see it when you grep for it $ MYSQLD_SAFE_SCRIPT=`which mysqld_safe` $ grep -n pid_file < ${MYSQLD_SAFE_SCRIPT} 26:pid_file= 198: --pid-file=*) pid_file="$val" ;; 638:if test -z "$pid_file" 640: ...



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