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  • MySQL Normal Shutdown

    Does anyone know of a good way to capture who shutdown a MySQL server? I have a few servers that keep shutting down with a normal shutdown. Initially, I thought it was a bug, but Oracle is pretty adamant that it is not. Plus, I did look at the MySQL source code and the logic is pretty straight forward. it looks like someone has to issue a normal shutdown for the error log to produce that error. However, I have been unable to find the culprit. None of the logs are capturing anything... I've looked at messages, the audit log, mysql, last and nothing.

    As of today, I have enabled the general log and have taken tcpdumps. Yet, I still have been unable to capture anything. Any advice would be appreciated.

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    How many people have access to your box?

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    • #3
      At system level you need to restrict people from logging in to your system and enable system logging. For linux enable and configure sudo
      disable direct root login.

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