On Tue, Apr 23, 2002 at 10:26:04AM +0300, Michael Widenius wrote:
: 3.23.50 is basicly just a bug fix release compare do 3.23.49a
: There is however two things one should be aware of regarding 3.23.50
: (both only affecting our Linux x86 binaries (normal and RPM's):
: - We have switched to a new updated glib library, because we found a
: critical memory corruption bug (introduced by us) in the old glibc
: library that we used to compile 3.23.49.
: (older MySQL binaries are not affected by this problem)
: - We have changed compiler to gcc 3.0.4 (because the old gcc compiler
: we used couldn't compile with an alternative glibc library).
Does this affect people who compile MySQL on their own on Linux?
If I have my RH7.2 box and I compile my own version of MySQL, am
I going to hit these memory corruption issues?
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* Philip Molter
* Texas.net Internet