You can choose to start up the MySQL Enterprise Service Manager on installation. The corresponding Windows services are called:
MySQL Enterprise Tomcat
MySQL Enterprise MySQL
You can stop or start these services from the Microsoft Management Console Services window.
On Windows Vista or later, starting these services requires
administrative privileges. To start or stop a service,
right-click it and choose the Run as
Administrator menu option. The same restriction
applies to the pop-up menu options discussed in the following
section, and to starting the services from the command line. To
open an administrator
cmd window, right-click
cmd icon and choose the Run as
Administrator menu option.
To start or stop a service, right-click it and choose from the options in the pop-up menu.
To start or stop the services from the menu, navigate to the
MySQL Enterprise Monitor,
Services entry to
stop or start the services.
to start the Tomcat service from the command line, type:
sc start MySQLEnterpriseTomcat
net start MySQLEnterpriseTomcat
To stop this service type:
sc stop MySQLEnterpriseTomcat
net stop MySQLEnterpriseTomcat
In similar fashion, you can stop or start the MySQL server from
the command line. The service name is
You can also start, stop, and restart a specific service or both
services using the
To execute this file, go to the command line and navigate to the
produces the following output:
usage: mysqlmonitorctl.bat help mysqlmonitorctl.bat (start|stop|restart|install|uninstall) mysqlmonitorctl.bat (start|stop|restart) tomcat mysqlmonitorctl.bat (start|stop|restart) mysql help - this screen start - start the service(s) stop - stop the service(s) restart - restart or start the service(s) install - install the service(s) uninstall - uninstall the service(s)
To stop a specific service, pass the argument
mysql in addition
to the status change argument. To change the status of both
services, do not specify a service name. You can also uninstall
the services using this batch file.
After the Service Manager is installed, you can configure the MySQL Enterprise Monitor User Interface, as explained in Section 4.8, “MySQL Enterprise Service Manager Configuration Settings”.