Prevent Mysql starting at boot

刘勇泰 lytric at
Mon Apr 26 05:23:10 UTC 2010

Hello, everyone. I'm using Ubuntu 10.4 and installed Mysql server. Since
I don't use Mysql all the time, I prefer starting it manually when
needed rather than automatically at boot. I am SURE that all S80mysql
symbolic links in /etc/rc*.d had been moved to K80mysql, but Mysql still
start automaticaly. Is there any other thing causing Mysql start at
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