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From:Paul DuBois Date:January 9 2000 12:48am
Subject:Re: MySQL 3.22.29 and 3.23.8 for Unix released
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At 11:12 PM +0200 2000-01-08, Michael Widenius wrote:
>  >>>>> "Paul" == Paul DuBois <paul@stripped> writes:
>
>Paul> At 9:57 PM +0200 2000-01-03, Michael Widenius wrote:
>>>  >>>>> "Jeremy" == Jeremy Cole <jcole@stripped>
> writes:
>>>
>Jeremy> Monty,
>Jeremy> I didn't see anything about fixing the coredump problem on
>>>  FreeBSD with
>>>
>Jeremy> select floor(pow(2,63));
>>>
>Jeremy> Are you aware of this problem, or did it get fixed and not
>>>  added to the
>Jeremy> ChangeLog?
>>>
>Jeremy> Later,
>>>
>Jeremy> Jeremy
>>>
>>>  The above problem is only fixed in 3.23 and not in 3.22;  I first want
>>>  to check that the fix is really ok on 3.23 before moving it back to 3.22
>
>
>Paul> Just tried 3.23.8 on FreeBSD 3.3.  The above SELECT statement still
>Paul> crashes the server with a floating point exception.
>
>Hi!
>
>The problem was that configure didn't detect some of the defines to
>fix this.  I also started to think about problems when changing the
>floating point interrupt handling when having threads and decided that
>it's probably better to disable these for all threads.
>
>Here is a final tested patch that should work :)


The patch works on my FreeBSD 3.3 system.  (the result is a huge
negative number - not unexpected - but the server doesn't crash).
Thanks.

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Paul DuBois, paul@stripped
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Re: MySQL 3.22.29 and 3.23.8 for Unix releasedChristopher R. Jones9 Jan
  • Re: MySQL 3.22.29 and 3.23.8 for Unix releasedJeremy Cole9 Jan