How to Fix Crashed MySQL 8.0 and Won’t Start Up in Ubuntu Linux? Database

MySQL is an open source RDBMS that supports all platforms like Unix, Windows and Linux. MySQL is mostly associated with web apps and online publishing. MySQL can be used to a wide range of applications as the working model is a client-based server.

There would be situations where the MySQL database server would crash and the following steps helps you to restore the MySQL database server –

Step 1: Login to server as a root user

Step 2: Backup the current MySQL folder from /var/lib/mysql to /var/lib/backup.mysql

                # mv /var/lib/mysql /var/lib/backup.mysql

Step 3: Install MySQL 8.0

# wget -c

                #sudodpkg -i mysql-apt-config_0.8.13-1_all.deb

Step 4: Installation of update package index on your server with apt

                # apt update

Step 5: The next step is to install default MySQL server packages

                # apt install mysql-server

Step 6: Shutdown MySQL server

@systemctl stop mysqld

Step 7: Copy important database folders from /var/lib/backup.mysql/<database name>  to /var/lib/mysql/<database name>

Step 8: Copy ibdata1 file from /var/lib/backup.mysql to /var/lib/mysql

Step 9: Ensure all files and folders are owned by MySQL

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Step 10: Restart the MySQL service

# systemctl start mysqld

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