Run Percona Server for MySQL 8.0 after APT repository installation¶
Percona Server for MySQL stores the data files in
default. You can find the configuration file that is used to manage Percona Server for MySQL in
Debian and Ubuntu installation doesn’t automatically create a special
debian-sys-maint user which can be used by the control scripts to control the Percona Server for MySQL
mysqld_safe services which was the case with previous Percona Server for MySQL versions. If you still require this user you’ll need to create it manually.
Run the following commands as root or by using the sudo command
Starting the service
Percona Server for MySQL is started automatically after it gets installed unless it encounters errors during the installation process. You can also manually start it by running:
service mysql start
Confirming that service is running. You can check the service status by running:
service mysql status
Stopping the service
You can stop the service by running:
service mysql stop
Restarting the service.
service mysql restart
Debian 9.0 (stretch) and Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (bionic) come with systemd as the default system and service manager. You can invoke all the above commands with
systemctl instead of
service. Currently, both are supported.
Working with AppArmor¶
For information on AppArmor, see Working with AppArmor.
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