>>>>> "Kyle" == Kyle Christensen <mute@stripped> writes:
Kyle> I've been trying to compile mysql on my alpha running redhat linux 5.2.
Kyle> At first i got the error about it being out of memory (It has 64 megs
Kyle> physical, 128 of swap) So i tried
Kyle> compiling with ./configure --with-low-memory and it worked.
Kyle> So i tried out a few queries:
mysql> select * from news;
Kyle> ERROR 5: Out of memory (Needed 18446744071923733304 bytes)
Kyle> I'm assuming this has something to do with the low mem flags mysql was
Kyle> configured with..
Kyle> So i made 2 more 128 meg swap files, swap'd them on and tried to
Kyle> recompile (Thinking that maybe 64+384) megs of ram might help but i get:
Kyle> /my/gnu/lib/bison/bison.simple: In function `int yyparse()':
Kyle> c++: Internal compiler error: program cc1plus got fatal signal 9
Kyle> make: *** [sql_yacc.o] Error 1
Kyle> I was reading some doc's on www.tcx.se about linux-alpha but I wasnt
Kyle> sure if the linuxthreads implimentation is still broken under redhat
Kyle> linux 5.2
Kyle> Can someone point me in the right direction?
The current status is that there is still bugs in linuxthreads on
Linux-Alpha. Alvin Starr is working on isolating the problem; I hope
that he will come up with something that the glibc people can fix rapidly.