The update is 662 MB in size and contains numerous fixes for bugs and security vulnerabilities for OS X El Capitan.
Apple has switched over to a fast release cycle lately, and have implemented a system that sees a beta version of an operating system being developed, tested and pushed out in a matter of weeks rather than months.
First, download an alternative copy of OS X 10.11.3 via the Apple Support website and try installing the update that way.
There are two versions of OS X 10.11.3 on the Apple Support site, the standalone update (662 MB) and the combo version (1.47 GB).
The most annoying part is that the Configuration Wizard just hangs, and nothing I can do (apart from restarting) can get rid of the window on the screen. When I upgraded to 5.0 I got the same error over and over again. Somehow, this seems to be a compatibility issue between my OS (Win XP Pro SP2) and mysql 5.0.45. i'v tried reinstalling and removing My SQL files in program files and it doesnt seem to work i'm now getting yet another error The security settings could not be applied Error Nr 2003 Cant connect to My SQL server on 'localhost(10061)' can someone tell me how to remove the data directory manually since it seems like it can't be removed automatically. Of course, those of you patching an existing mysql might shiver by the thought of this.
If I try to close, or use Task Manager to shut the process down, it refuses to go away. Also entering a blank password on the My SQL Command Line Client didnt work. (By trying to do this I noticed 2 mysqld-nt-processes running. As one said, mysql seems to be installed, but the root-password ain't saved, thereby leaving it blank.
\my.ini) / Start service x Apply Security settings The security settings could not be applied. Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (using password: NO) ********************************************** Interestingly enough I do provide a password but it seems it is not used by the wizard. SET PASSWORD FOR 'root'@'localhost' = PASSWORD('Pass'); This is amazing!! I managed to find this thread with google search of "the security settings could not be applied error 1045" Funny, I did the set password through the command line with my new password, then I went to the windows config.
Inno DB: Doublewrite buffer not found: creating new Inno DB: Doublewrite buffer created Inno DB: Creating foreign key constraint system tables Inno DB: Foreign key constraint system tables created 080419 Inno DB: Started; log sequence number 0 0 080419 [ERROR] Can't open and lock privilege tables: Table 'mysql.servers' doesn't exist 080419 [Note] Event Scheduler: Loaded 0 events 080419 [Note] c:\Program Files\My SQL\My SQL Server 5.1\bin\mysqld: ready for connections. This opens a circular cog icon in the task bar [bottom of screen] which I right clicked. We are about to alter the password, for the sake of argument let it be abc123 c.
Version: '5.1.24-rc-community' socket: '' port: 0 My SQL Community Server (GPL) 080419 [ERROR] Can't open and lock privilege tables: Table 'mysql.servers' doesn't exist I am responding to Daniel Blumenthal's Post with a possible solution - at least with a solution that worked for me. Please note, I am not an expert, so if there is an expert out there who can improve/change this process please do so. In the resulting menu I ensured My SQL was stopped. I held ctrl alt delete to open task manager found the process and ended it.) 2. Just like the steps in 2 above, I went to the start button, programs, accessories, opened the command prompt with a right click as administrator, then typed cd at the C:\Users\Computer prompt, then cd Program Files/My SQL/My SQL Server 5.1/bin and enter. I then typed UPDATE SET Password = PASSWORD('abc123') WHERE User = 'root'; then enter d. Close the command prompt windows, and you may need to end the process before you can use the query browser (or other client application) I did. You probably don't need to configure the instance, but I did anyway, and it didn't hang at step 4! OS Windows XP Pro, My SQL version 5.0.18-nt I shut down my PC (rudely, since the config window won't close), restarted and followed the instructions for setting the password the My SQL command line client 1.
Win XP, Version 5.1 (Build 2600.xpsp_sp2_qfe.070227-2300 : Service Pack 2) My SQL 5.1.24RC installer When my installer gets to the last step it hangs. Inno DB: The first specified data file D:\mysql\datafiles\ibdata1 did not exist: Inno DB: a new database to be created!
080419 Inno DB: Setting file D:\mysql\datafiles\ibdata1 size to 10 MB Inno DB: Database physically writes the file full: wait...
Type cd Program Files/My SQL/My SQL Server 5.1/bin then press enter. Since the workaround suggested here is so simple, should your install script be able to accomodate it. I couldn't connect to my database server so I tried to reinstall everything and got this problem. I remove all My SQL program and then mannually delete My SQL folder. [ ] Freek Bos Okay, The last post helped me a lot actualy. When I upgraded to 5.0 I got the same error over and over again. not sure why its not loading in my system - Windows 7 Could someone please help me out here? Uninstall Clear all the folder of mysql left after uninstallation and May Be Just Try Installing a fresh copy of My SQL server If It shows error at step 4 while configuring the instance Click cancel and start your query browser create a new connection using the password provided earlier. I can just find "Client command line" and not "Server Instance configuration wizard". For some reason some builds don't have this issue while others do.