At 13:19, 19991009, Victor Ivanov wrote:
>The mysqld quits...
Victor, could you please read through section 18.1 in the manual, and
follow the instructions there for narrowing down the problem?
Perhaps you have some faulty hardware. Perhaps there is a particular
query you are running that triggers a bug in MySQL. Perhaps you are
using a buggy C compiler. Perhaps the version of MySQL you are using
has a known bug that's already fixed in a later version. Perhaps there
are several hundred other things that could be wrong.
Following the instructions on how to report problems with MySQL, which
are found in the manual, will save you (and us, of course) a LOT of
time. If you do as much work on your end as possible, it will be to
your advantage - since you are closest to the machine, you have the most
information, and can be most efficient. All we can do is make guesses
based on what you tell us.
So tell us as much as you can. The manual makes it clear what
information is likely to be helpful - starting there is probably the
best way to spend your time.