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MariaDB use systemd as does MySQL. To disable MySQL or MariaDB, from starting on bootup, run

systemctl list-unit-files '*mariadb*' '*mysql*'

If you see mysql.service, try disabling that one first.

sudo systemctl disable mysql.service

Now you can start and stop MySQL with

sudo systemctl stop mysql.service
sudo systemctl start mysql.service

MariaDB use systemd as does MySQL. To disable MySQL or MariaDB, from starting on bootup, run

systemctl list-unit-files '*mariadb*' '*mysql*'

If you see mysql.service, try disabling that one first.

systemctl disable mysql.service

Now you can start and stop MySQL with

sudo systemctl stop mysql.service
sudo systemctl start mysql.service

MariaDB use systemd as does MySQL. To disable MySQL or MariaDB, from starting on bootup, run

systemctl list-unit-files '*mariadb*' '*mysql*'

If you see mysql.service, try disabling that one first.

sudo systemctl disable mysql

Now you can start and stop MySQL with

sudo systemctl stop mysql.service
sudo systemctl start mysql.service
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MariaDB use systemd as does MySQL. To disable MySQL or MariaDB, from starting on bootup, run

systemctl list-unit-files '*mariadb*' '*mysql*'

If you see mysql.service, try disabling that one first.

systemctl disable mysql.service

Now you can start and stop MySQL with

sudo systemctl stop mysql.service
sudo systemctl start mysql.service