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I'm getting a weird error when trying to stop mysql-server with the service command:

$ sudo service mysql-server stop
Failed to stop mysql-server.service: Unit mysql-server.service not loaded.

Is service at fault here, or is it mysql? How to figure out what's the problem? This is ubuntu 16.04.

Doing it directly via its script in /etc/init.d/ seems to work:

$ sudo /etc/init.d/mysql stop
[sudo] password for myuser: 
[ ok ] Stopping mysql (via systemctl): mysql.service.

Why does service not work anymore here?

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Have you tried this command?:

sudo service mysql stop

If you need to run:

 sudo service mysql start
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