Override mysqld.service / mariadb.service systemd default settings

If you need to override default systemd mariadb.service / mysqld.service settings, so they stay in act and persistent between updates of the systemd you just have to make:

#> systemctl edit mariadb.service

place in file whatever sections/options you want to change and they will get set in place of the default ones.

For example:
ProtectHome = false

#> systemctll deamon-reexec
#> systemctl restart mariadb


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