Freeradius + MySQL At System Boot = Freeradius Failure

Marinko Tarlac mangia81 at
Sun Sep 6 19:28:19 CEST 2009

same here... I never had similar problem when mysqld is started after 

You should check your mysql logs to see is there any problem which 
causes slow start...

Alan Buxey wrote:
> Hi,
>> I would have thought that a simple option in freeradius that allows it to wait for mysql to startup would be nice. Am I missing something obvious here? Is there a REAL solution or does freeradius not actually work with mysql properly due to the fact its too quick to abandon it during bootup??
> chkconfig mysqld on
> chkconfig radiusd on
> thats all i've ever done and it works fine
> alan
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