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In this tutorial, we are going to find out some of the possible causes that can lead to an unexpected error easyphp mysql, and after that, we will offer you possible solutions that you can try to fix the problem.
Every time I install EasyPHP 13.1VC9 it works for several days and after that at random time when I turn it on I get this error and cannot start MySQL. I checked the admin execution and tried to change the permissions. Also every time I access MYSQL using PHPadmin I get the following error:
# 2002 - The connection could not be established because the target computer actively deleted it.
2013-06-12 23:47:18 4148 [ERROR] InnoDB: An attempt was made to open a previously opened tablespace. The tablespace history mysql / innodb_index_stats uses the space id: 2 through the file path:. Mysql innodb_index_stats.ibd. Logical disk space cannot share userauth / userinfo using space id: 2 by going to file path:. Userauth userinfo.ibdInnoDB: Error: Single tablespace file. Userauth userinfo.ibd cannot be opened for businessInnoDB: we must not continue disaster recovery, otherwise the table may becomeInnoDB: hurt our people if you can't apply Provide log repositories in InnoDB protocol to help you.InnoDB: fix the problem and go to mysqld:InnoDB: 1) If there is a real permissions issue in the file and mysqld is not there eitherInnoDB: open the file, you and your family need to change the permissions.InnoDB: if 2) the table is not needed or you can restore it from a larger backup,InnoDB: Then you can delete that .ibd file and InnoDB will crash normally.InnoDB: restore and forget this table.
wanted on June 13, 2013 at 6:48 am
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This is a serious bug in MySQL 5.6.11. The EasyPHP website says that I should finally upgrade to MySQL 5.6.12 to fix this issue, although I was still facing the same issue.
During testing, I found that EasyPHP still works (via any Facebook page).
- Stop the EasyPHP server.
- Delete all files located in ibd in the current mysql / data directory.
- Restart the server, make sure it starts (but MySQL will probably not work correctly and therefore sites will not display correctly in most cases because the correct database is available).
- Logout / Close EasyPHP Server
- Copy all backups from the ibd computer to the appropriate locations.
- Restart the EasyPHP server.
answered Aug 1, 2013 at 17:19
I just had a problem. The first time I managed to restart MySQL by adding a line from. These are options two through three of the error log file. I usually add =
innodb_force_recovery 1 to my.ini file. Then restart the MySQL server. If it clicks correctly, you will need to go back to your config file, remove that line, and start over. This tried to work for me, but I am at risk with user access. I think all bugs are related to this version of EastPHP and I haven’t found a way to fix them. I tried to uninstall it and install some kind of 12.1 version instead.
said Jun 13, 2013 at 1:05 PM
After a power failure and restarting my Win7 PC, I was able to use mySQL again on EasyPHP DevServer 13.1, message: “Unexpected end with mysql”:
I tried all the answers found above and @Jessiiem answered to work. HThis is often a small list of tips that will help save many people time when they face the same problem:
I have a config file purchased here:
C: Program Files (x86) EasyPHP-DevServer-13.1VC11 binaries conf_files my.ini
innodb_force_recovery matches 1
# Uncomment the following if you are using InnoDB tables
Then restart Easy PHP (run as administrator);
Uncomment some config files as @Jessiiem suggests:
# innodb_force_recovery matches 1
answered Jan 23, 14:03
You need to change user rights for EasyPHP directory
1. Go to Computer, openGo to / browse the C drive, then just double click "Program (x86)" Files.2. Right-click the EasyPHP5.3.0 folder, then click Properties.3. On the Security tab, click the Edit button.4. Select the user you are currently using.5. Activate the "Full Access" option in the "Authorization" column in the "User Permissions" penalty box.6. Then click the "OK" button for the changes to take effect. *
removed on Jul 13, 2013 at 8:55 am
When I had this problem, it was not addressed in the MySQL version. Tried to live in different versions. I think this is the main problem with easyPHP.
The problem was solved by the fact that you could
innodb_force_recovery = 1 insert the code with only the top with the
# MySQL configuration file
So I could restart MySQL before that, as soon as still. This started working well, now maybe it will work for you.
answered Aug 26 '09
Sometimes opening all eds-mysqld.exe files from CMD can tell you what is the reason for the script. I mean open CMD.exe then DVD C: Program Files (x86) EasyPHP-DevServer-14.1VC11 binaries mysql bin and take out eds-mysqld.exe.
My problem was the wrong MySQL database directory, so there were absolutely error logs ....
posted on April 7 at 17:32
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