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MySQL Error - can't restart
MySQL Error - can't restart

I am having a slight issue. Suddenly, MySQL went down, and I have signed into the server to attempt restarting the service however I can't seem to figure out how to restart it.

I have tried
service mysqld restart
/etc/init.d/mysqld restart
but it says the directory wasn't found.

I have experience with servers but I've never had a situation like this. A directory listing of /etc/init.d/ returns:

[root@cp ~]# dir /etc/init.d
functions  iprdump  iprinit  iprupdate  netconsole  network  README
I'm not sure what I am doing wrong. I'm sure it's something super simple but any help would be greatly appreciated. 

Edit: Just to add, the server has plenty of space and the load is averaging 0.05

Edit: I just learned that it is now called mariadb

Just to help someone in the future, use

service mariadb restart
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