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From:Jeremy Zawodny Date:August 18 2003 4:01am
Subject:Re: Corrupt index = mysqld freeze?
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On Thu, Aug 14, 2003 at 11:35:18AM -0700, Jennifer Goodie wrote:
> > Setting skip-name-resolve will avoid this code path and the bug.  It
> > looks like some DNS funkyness...
> >
> 
> I've implented this and so far I can't get the box to hang in authentication
> no matter how mean I am to it.  I feel so dumb, for not thinking of this
> before, I swore I had already done it about a year ago when all of the other
> boxes were set up to skip name-resolve.  I'll post if I can get it to lock
> up again (let's hope I can't).

I'll be impressed if you can. :-)

I spent a while poking around in the code and couldn't find any other
*obvious* ways it'd get stuck there.

Jeremy
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Corrupt index = mysqld freeze?Jennifer Goodie7 Aug
  • Re: Corrupt index = mysqld freeze?Jeremy Zawodny7 Aug
    • RE: Corrupt index = mysqld freeze?Jennifer Goodie8 Aug
      • Re: Corrupt index = mysqld freeze?Jeremy Zawodny8 Aug
        • RE: Corrupt index = mysqld freeze?Jennifer Goodie8 Aug
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          • Re: Corrupt index = mysqld freeze?Jeremy Zawodny9 Aug
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