The MySQL server is currently offline. Mysql::initcache() failed: The mysql server is offline.
I was getting below error while accessing MySQL Databases from cPanel though MySQL service was running on server -The MySQL server is currently offline.
Mysql::initcache() failed: The mysql server is offline.
Solution :-1. Restart MySQL on server -WHM >>Restart Services >> SQL Server (MySQL) >> Are you sure you wish to restart this service? >> YesORservice mysql restartOR/etc/init.d/mysqld start
2. Reset MySQL root password - ( It's stored in '/root/.my.cnf', which cPanel updates when you change the password.)
1. Stop the MySQL running on server - service mysql stop2. Start the MySQL without password - mysqld_safe --skip-grant-tables &3. Connect to MySQL server as the root user - mysql -u root4. Now reset new password for MySQL's root user -mysql> use mysql;
mysql> update user set password=PASSWORD("New_Root_-Password") where User='root';
mysql> flush privileges;
mysql> quit5. Stop and restart the MySQL service.
Let me know if you've any thoughts.
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