Mysql server on MAMP won't start
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My Mysql server on MAMP won't start. This is the error:
161224 00:15:00 mysqld_safe Logging to '/Applications/MAMP/logs/mysql_error_log.err'. 161224 00:15:00 mysqld_safe Starting mysqld daemon with databases from /Applications/MAMP/db/mysql56 161224 00:15:01 mysqld_safe mysqld from pid file /Applications/MAMP/tmp/mysql/mysql.pid ended
I already tried the following commands:
> ps aux | grep mysql > lsof -i > sudo killall -9 mysqld
But the server is still not working.
Remove the files
ib_logfileN (N being the number) from the
Then restart MAMP.
Edit: If the above step doesn't work completely, please remove the
ibdata<n> file as well, based on the comments.
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I am working on oS-X (Mac), I was wondering around and came to see this post which help me a lot. Many readers are being able to solve this problem thanks to the amazing here are the step to fix it out--
This issue generally occur due to explicitly closing of MAMP serves.
- Quit MAMP.
- In the finder go to
- Delete the last log file (look for a file named ib_logfileN – being N the log number Eg-ib_logfile0 and ib_logfile1) we can see in below image.
- Please back up these before you delete them.
- Restart MAMP.
It Worked for me, hope will work for you too..
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I killed the process mysqlid via Activity Monitor on MacOS and restarted MAMP and MySql run successfully.
Update: Even this solution works without restarting MAMP.
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In some cases it may possible that the MySQL is already running on 3306 port. So, you can change the port number with 3307.
P.S: If you are bound to use 3306 in that case I think you can stop existing MySql server and let MAMP to do it for you.
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MySQL will not start – MAMP GmbH, On my macOS devices I use MAMP app by appsolute GmbH for local web development. So far, this is the perfect… Click both Set to default Apache and MySQL ports and Reset MAMP buttons then OK. Quit MAMP. Delete all files (not folders) from /Applications/MAMP/db/mysql directory. Reboot MAMP and click Start Servers. Note: if MySQL starts fine but Apache doesn't, go back to Preferences and set Apache Port back to what it was before. MAMP should refresh after you click OK and both Apache and MySQL should start.
- this and this?
Logging to '/Applications/MAMP/logs/mysql_error_log.err'← find anything here?
- This worked for me, I had two log files to delete.
ib_logfile2also, I killed all the sql processes that were running in the background.
ps -ax | grep 'sql'and then
12345is the id associated with the respective process. also, in my particular case, my folder was just named
- Works like a charm. Thanks mate!
- Workkkkss! If on a Mac and using MAMP PRO the path to find these little devils is:
/Library/Application Support/appsolute/MAMP PRO/db/mysql56
- Works! BUT WHY?
- this cause another issue for me, it says "table doesn't exist" but they are visible. :( stackoverflow.com/questions/7759170/…
- Worked for me! Thanks.
- Worked for me, too
- Did the job for me too!