Not able to start MySql service

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I am trying sqoop import command and for that I need mysql table to import. This is where I am facing the problem. I am not able to start mysql service.

Command:

sudo service mysql start

Error:

mysql: unrecognized service

I dont know why it says unrecognized service. I have properly followed steps to install mysql. Please help

Dec 26, 2018 in Big Data Hadoop by slayer
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Hello. "The system never lies :-P". 

The service mysql is not recognized because you are using the wrong service name. The service name is mysqld . Try this, it should work:

sudo service mysqld start
answered Dec 26, 2018 by Omkar
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