If MySQL or its associated daemon process cannot start, or a
INSTALL PLUGIN statement
fails, look at the MySQL error log (usually named
and located in the MySQL
for the detailed error message. The log is in chronological
order, so look at the end of the file. Try to resolve the
problem based on other information in the message.
The following table outlines installation-related InnoDB Plugin error conditions or messages and possible solutions.
|Error Condition or Message||Possible Solution|
|Diagnose the cause from the following message details.|
|The version of the Plugin is not compatible with the version of the MySQL server. Consult the compatibility chart.|
|Check that the file |
|Check that the directory and file access permissions are set properly,
or change them using |
|Ensure that |
The Information Schema tables are themselves plugins to the MySQL server, but they depend on having the InnoDB storage engine plugin installed as well. These tables will appear to be empty if the storage engine is not installed.