This tiny application has been created with Automator and can be inspected to see the applescript program inside it:
do shell script "/usr/local/mysql/bin/mysqld_safe > /dev/null 2>&1 &" with administrator privileges
do shell script "apachectl restart > /dev/null 2>&1" with administrator privileges
The script will try to launch MySQL by calling mysqld_safe directly, thus without the need to have the StartupItems / System Preferences components installed.
Then it will try restarting apache as well, by invoking apachectl restart.
Open the application, it will prompt for the computer’s password.
Then it tries launching both services and displays a confirmation message that enables sending your feedback directly to the supporting team.
Check the support page
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Secure your MySQL server host as to allow connections from the apps host only.
Then, install fail2ban and configure it so it will warn you whenever there are detected threats, like too many password failures, blacklisted access and so on. You can get the DVD ROM drive door open, an email sent, and other ways of being warned of any suspicious activity.
install and configure fail2ban onto all your multi-server appliance for gestix and mysql
Note: for server running up to 100 simultaneous users, medium activity, consider using 2 separate 2 processor-cores appliances connected through low latency links, one for MySQL, the other for Gestix.