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You may not be aware of this, but the MySQL service is designed to be restarted automatically. There is a program called mysqld_safe. Its job is to do the following: STEP 01 : start mysqld STEP 02 : check return value of mysqld STEP 03 : If return value is zero, mysqld_safe terminates normally STEP 04 : mysqld is restarted due to abnormal termination of ...
Try stopping the mysql server, instead of killing the process: sudo /etc/init.d/mysql stop
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