and it turned out that the My SQL server had halted.Not sure why, which frightens me, but I'm working from a cruise boat with a poor connection and the important thing was to fix it.And it's not got any process to tidy us if I try to run server stop scripts. Then stop the server once it's forced the recovery, remove the innodb_force_recovery assignment, and restart it. I'm monitoring carefully, and posting this to my blog partly as a test and partly in the hope it may provide a helpful clue to others in the future.
At this point, you might think I’m joking but trust me on this and don’t laugh it off when I ask you to – first, breathe, then – restart your system.
1 root root 1153 Mar 14 binary-configure -rw-r--r--. 1 root root 869 Mar 14 mysql-log-rotate -rwxr-xr-x.
Try running My SQL on safe mode by: I wrote explaining most of them!
After installing all components restart your system.