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I had exactly the same issue and found a workaround by specifying a combination of Windows/Linux path for the full text files in the restore database files as options. E.g. instead of the configured default "/SQLServerData/catalogname", I changed it to "C:\SQLServerData/catalogname" and then it was happy.


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Below worked for me: Checked services using services.msc Restarted the services OracleOraDB12Home1TNSListener and OracleServiceORCL After that connected using SQL developer. It worked!


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When trying to connect via pgadminIII i am prompted for a password when using the same user name. pgAdminIII is probably connecting over TCP (as opposed to unix domain sockets) and so is subject to the rules of a 'host*' line from pg_hba.conf, rather than a 'local' line. If that line says a password is needed, then it will ask for a password--even if no ...


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I see now an option in mssql-conf ./mssql-conf set errorlog.numerrorlogs So that might be new, and the answer to my question.


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I spent hours trying to understand the suggestions on this page and many other pages of StackOverflow. No matter how I changed the permissions in MySql, I couldn't get anything to work. I reverted back to the permissions I started with. Ultimately what worked for me was simpler than others' suggestions: echo "select id, emailAddress FROM contacts" | ...


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Check the .err log file which will often be in your datadir which in your case appears to be /var/lib/mysql/, although sometimes the error log is under /var/log/. The error log file should hopefully have some good clues as to why the MariaDB server won't start up. You can also have a look in your MariaDB config file which appears to be /etc/my.cnf and see ...


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Also make sure the /data_drive/mysql has correct permissions and ownership. e.g. in my RHEL 7.6 VM, I need to do following: chown root:root /data_drive chown mysql:mysql /data_drive/mysql


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