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From:Pat Adams Date:May 12 2006 6:24pm
Subject:Re: Quick Linux/MySQL performance questions. (fwd)
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On Fri, 2006-05-12 at 10:59 -0400, RV Tec wrote:
> Yeah, I'm aware of that. Since glibc 2.4 has only NPTL, I was
> wondering if it 
> is possible to MySQL use a threading system of its own. However, what
> I want to 
> know, is a way to confirm that it has been compiled against NPTL.
> 
> This appears on my config.log session:
> 
> --enable-threads=posix
> Thread model: posix
> 
> Is that NPTL? I know NPTL is POSIX, but maybe this should say Thread
> model: 
> NPTL. 

NPTL stands for Native POSIX Thread Library, so yeah, it's using NPTL. 
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