I just started with centos 7. I'm trying to get replication working and am attempting to start mysql without starting the slave (so that I can set the pointers as to where it's supposed to resume replication before it starts). Typically I would do:
/etc/init.d/mysqld start --skip-slave-start
With centos 7, I need to use systemctl to start mysql, so I thought the equivalent command would be:
systemctl start mysqld.service --skip-slave-start
but the option "--skip-slave-start" doesn't seem to be working with systemctl. It shows the error: "systemctl: unrecognized option '--skip-slave-start'". Is there any way to get this option to work with systemctl? Is there any other easy way to start mysql without starting the slave along with it?