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From:Michael Widenius Date:August 18 2002 11:19am
Subject:Re: Lost connections on Freebsd
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Hi!

>>>>> "Chris" == Chris Knipe <savage@stripped> writes:

Chris> Lo Victoria
Chris> FreeBSD 4.6-STABLE (Master), MySQL 3.23.51
Chris> Windows 2000 Professional (Slave):, MySQL 3.23.49-nt

Chris> I've recompiled the master about three times now, and it still crashed.
Chris> Eventually, it came to such a extend that the moment I open port 3306 MySQL
Chris> would crash.  I can just use telnet <ip> 3306, or open a netcat on port
Chris> 3306, and MySQL would die.

Can you try to configure MYSQL with CFLAGS=-g and run the server under
gdb.

If we could get a full back trace where it fails, it could help us
find out what's wrong.

Chris> So far, the only way I found to keep the FreeBSD Port up, was to recompile
Chris> it with debug support.  I so far have 90 minutes uptime on the Master with
Chris> debug support compiled in, but it's needless to say not really the desired
Chris> result.

How did you configure MySQL in this case ?

Regards,
Monty

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