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From:Michael Widenius Date:August 29 1999 12:31pm
Subject:installation problems with linuxppc
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>>>>> "dieter" == dieter schwarz <dieter.schwarz@stripped> writes:

>> Description:
dieter> 	as you can see below, the script for the installation of the db produces
dieter>         some errors (1033). this causes the server mysqld to stop immediately
dieter>         after it has been started.

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dieter> first problem, the installation of the db does not work:
dieter> [root@zymurgi bin]# ./mysql_install_db 
dieter> Creating db table
dieter> Creating host table
dieter> Creating user table
dieter> Creating func table
dieter> Creating tables_priv table
dieter> Creating columns_priv table

dieter> ERROR: 1033  Incorrect information in file: './mysql/db.frm'
dieter> ERROR: 1033  Incorrect information in file: './mysql/db.frm'

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This will be corrected in MySQL 3.22.26;

Here is some information how to solve this:

> > You must start from a fresh tarball and reconfigure and remake
> > everything.
> >
> > But before you run configure, erase these lines from configure:
> >
> > --------------------------------------------------------------------------
> > # Big file support ? (Solaris 2.6 style)
> > # This may have to be commented on Relient (Siemens) unix
> > echo $ac_n "checking "for Sun style big file support"""... $ac_c" 1>&6
> > echo "configure:4853: checking "for Sun style big file support"" >&5
> > LFS_CFLAGS=`getconf LFS_CFLAGS 2>/dev/null`
> > if test $? = 0 -a "$SYSTEM_TYPE" != "sni-sysv4"
> > then
> >   CFLAGS="$CFLAGS $LFS_CFLAGS"
> >   CXXFLAGS="$CXXFLAGS $LFS_CFLAGS"
> >   #
> >   LFS_LDFLAGS=`getconf LFS_LDFLAGS`
> >   LDFLAGS="$LDFLAGS $LFS_LDFLAGS"
> >   #
> >   LFS_LIBS=`getconf LFS_LIBS`
> >   LIBS="$LIBS $LFS_LIBS"
> >   echo "$ac_t"""Found. Using C $LFS_CFLAGS LD $LFS_LDFLAGS LIB $LFS_LIBS""
> 1>&6
> > else
> >   echo "$ac_t"""No"" 1>&6
> > fi
> > -----------------------------------------------------------------------
> >
> > A reason to that is that getconf returns some wrong values.

Regards,
Monty
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installation problems with linuxppcdieter.schwarz29 Aug
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