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Posted Monday, July 14, 2008 3:39 AM
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In one of our domain server after rebooting the MYSQL Server service not starting and getting event errors that service not able to start due to service not respond in time.

if we start manuvally it will start with out any issue so please help on this what is the issue.

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Are there any other errors in the event logs which seem relevant? Does the server display heavy processor or disk I/O upon startup?



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