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That’s exactly the reason why I have myself upgraded to My SQL 5.5 (The server running this blog run My SQL 5.5).
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Now since I haven’t come across a guide to help in upgrading to My SQL 5.5, I thought why not make one myself. The My SQL startup script has to be placed in the directory where all the startup scripts reside, so that My SQL starts on system startup.
Make sure that you make the startup script executable, and update the rc.d database to notify the system about the presence of a new startup script.
I created a non-hashed tmp file with the above name and another user (root) deleted it and it was back to normal. If you're on Fedora definitely read the answer a couple of Pg Dn's below on mounted private directories overlaying /tmp -- this is exactly what I ran into.