normally means that there is no MySQL server running on the system or that you are using an incorrect Unix socket file name or TCP/IP port number when trying to connect to the server. You should also check that the TCP/IP port you are using has not been blocked by a firewall or port blocking service.
What to do when MySQL is not working?
Restart your OS. When restarted check if the MySQL service is no more present the Windows Services (search for services in windows). Be sure no services that use MySQL (application needing access to MySQL) are active. Resinstall MySQL and the service will be able to install itself again.
What causes MySQL server has gone away?
The most common reason for the MySQL server has gone away error is that the server timed out and closed the connection. In this case, you normally get one of the following error codes (which one you get is operating system-dependent). The client couldn’t send a question to the server.
How do I restart MySQL server?
First, open the Run window by using the Windows+R keyboard. Second, type services. msc and press Enter : Third, select the MySQL service and click the restart button.
Why MySQL is not opening?
Open Command prompt in admin and go to the location of Mysql bin folder and type – C:\ProgramFile\mysql\bin>mysql -u root -p
Why is my MySQL service on local computer started then stopped?
If you modify my.ini not correct, you will find the trouble “the MySQL service on local computer started and then stopped”. So you need to check your my.ini in “C:\ProgramData\MySQL\MySQL Server 8.0\my.ini” again to make sure there is no strange command.
Why do I get MySQL errors when starting MySQL?
Permissions/ownership of binaries and folders – At times, the ownership and permissions of the MySQL files such as binaries, logs or even the entire ‘/var/lib/mysql’ folder can get accidentally changed, which can lead to errors while starting the service.
How to fix MySQL Notifier is not working?
Try this, it should work! Right click on MySQL Notifier -> Actions -> Manage Monitored Items Try manually start the service from Windows services, Start -> cmd.exe -> services.msc. Also try to configure the MySQL server to run on another port and try starting it again.
Why can’t I install MySQL on my computer?
When restarted check if the MySQL service is no more present the Windows Services (search for services in windows). Be sure no services that use MySQL (application needing access to MySQL) are active Resinstall MySQL and the service will be able to install itself again.