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From:Michael Widenius Date:November 29 1999 9:26pm
Subject:Re: Problem using mysql 3.22.27 with large numbers of connections
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Hi!

>>>>> "Brandon" == Brandon Long <blong@stripped> writes:

Brandon> Ok, I should have used our own service first.  In an article back in
Brandon> June, Ben Margolin pointed to the LinuxThreads FAQ:
Brandon> http://www.egroups.com/group/mysql/18742.html

Brandon> http://pauillac.inria.fr/~xleroy/linuxthreads/faq.html (D.10)

Brandon> Which states that each linux thread reserves 2M of space for stack,
Brandon> though it allocates the stack initially at the amount specified by
Brandon> pthread_attr_setstacksize() (which maps to the mysql thread_stack
Brandon> variable).

<cut>

I just checked the MySQL configure script and it fails to detect
pthread_attr_setstacksize() in linux.  I will fix this for the next
MySQL release

Regards,
Monty
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Problem using mysql 3.22.27 with large numbers of connectionsBrandon Long11 Nov
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    • Re: Problem using mysql 3.22.27 with large numbers of connectionsBob Kline11 Nov
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        • Re: Problem using mysql 3.22.27 with large numbers of connectionsBrandon Long13 Nov
          • Re: Problem using mysql 3.22.27 with large numbers of connectionsChristopher E. Brown13 Nov
            • Re: Problem using mysql 3.22.27 with large numbers of connectionsBrandon Long13 Nov
          • Re: Problem using mysql 3.22.27 with large numbers of connectionssinisa13 Nov
          • Re: Problem using mysql 3.22.27 with large numbers of connectionsMichael Widenius29 Nov