> I checked your log file and it looks like you had a replication thread
> >from the previous run running at the time you did 'mysql-test-run' the
> first time.
> After killing this, you did never try to again start a full test.
> Could you please try to do 'cd mysql-test ; mysql-run-all-tests'
> and when the rplxxxx test fails, just make a new tar file if the files
> you have in the 'var' directory.
> It would also be interesting to get a 'mysqladmin proc' on both the
> slave and the master MySQL server.
Sorry for the delay. I've rerun the tests (=the original set of all tests),
made protocols of the actions I took and tared the var dir:
Note. I did not delete anything from the var dir before running the new
test (so maybe there is somthing left from the old test?). This time, after
the test hang at the first repl test, I used "mysqladmin shutdown" instead
of kill -9 the daemons. Maybe this produced some useful info.
Feel free to request further tests/actions. I like MySQL a _lot_ and willing
to provide test hours, if this is of use.