I found that the Intel C++ version needed some libraries which weren't on my
RH9.0 system (this was when upgrading to 4.1.4g):
This seems to have been reported many times e.g.
The resolve was to get the libs from:
MD5 checksum: 0970bbfb9fb076dfe995b3176bf90fad
Then extract them and put them somewhere sensible (I chose /usr/local/lib)
and then run ldconfig to find them. Without these libs none of the mysql
apps would start. I guess 4.1.5g may have packaged the libs with the
tarball, I don't know.
From: Tim Johnson [mailto:tim@stripped]
Sent: 18 September 2004 03:43
Subject: Upgrading MySQL. Caveats or Cautions anyone?
Am currently using Ver 11.18 Distrib 3.23.58
on Linux 2.4.20-20.9. (RH 9.0).
I'd like to upgrade to the current version. I would
like to know if there are any cautions to observe,
or any prepartory steps to take.
If I look at the following URL:
I see some things that confuse me a bit:
I see this label:
Linux (x86, glibc-2.2, static, gcc)
## Well, I've got glibc-2.3
And I see this label:
Linux (x86, glibc-2.3, dynamic, Intel C++ Compiler)
## Well, glibc-2.3 looks good, *but* I don't have
## the Intel C++ Compiler. Just gcc (GCC) 3.2.2
Comments and pointers to docs would be appreciated.
Tim Johnson <tim@stripped>
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