The server quit without updating pid

2017-04-11 9815 [Note] Plugin 'FEDERATED' is disabled.2017-04-11 9815 [Note] Inno DB: Using atomics to ref count buffer pool pages 2017-04-11 9815 [Note] Inno DB: The Inno DB memory heap is disabled 2017-04-11 9815 [Note] Inno DB: Mutexes and rw_locks use GCC atomic builtins 2017-04-11 9815 [Note] Inno DB: Memory barrier is not used 2017-04-11 9815 [Note] Inno DB: Compressed tables use zlib 1.2.3 2017-04-11 9815 [Note] Inno DB: Using Linux native AIO 2017-04-11 9815 [Note] Inno DB: Using CPU crc32 instructions 2017-04-11 9815 [Note] Inno DB: Initializing buffer pool, size = 128.0M 2017-04-11 9815 [Note] Inno DB: Completed initialization of buffer pool 2017-04-11 9815 [Note] Inno DB: Highest supported file format is Barracuda.Moving the does not fix the real problem it just ignores the real problem.The best tool available for My SQL is the error log and what it can tell you. To put it simply: "The server quit without updating PID file" is equivalent to My SQL could not start because of an error that has been noted in the error log.I just ran across a blog post that said when you get the error "The server quit without updating PID file" you should move the file out of the way and restart My SQL.That is just NOT the correct step to solving a problem.2017-04-11 9815 [Note] Inno DB: The log sequence numbers 16260007 in ibdata files do not match the log sequence number 1626027 in the ib_logfiles!

the server quit without updating pid-81

2017-04-11 10052 [Note] Plugin 'FEDERATED' is disabled.

Description: Scenario: While setting up the mysql cluster in NDB engine , Couple of time the API node went "mysql" service not starting , It seems the below issue was repeating again and again , Error : 1 ERROR! 2017-04-11 9572 [ERROR] NDB: error (1) Configuration error: Error: Could not alloc node id at 10.0.0.4 port 1186: Connection done from wrong host ip 10.0.0.10.

Error : 3 (logs) Configuration error: Error: Could not alloc node id at 10.0.0.4 port 1186: Connection done from wrong host ip 10.0.0.10.

Consider this, if someone you worked with truncated a table would you react by removing the privileges of everyone that has access to the database for a unknown amount of time or would you instead, adjust and or remove the offending command from the offending user's privileges as well as talking with them about the error and the problems surrounding it?

The same goes for moving the file, why remove everything when the problem is targeted?

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