At 6:29 AM -0700 2000-03-22, sasha@stripped wrote:
>Pablo Prieto wrote:
>> > I am by far not an NT expert, but I've heard that interesting
>>things can happen
>> > when you try to listen on a port that someone is already
>>listening on - in any
>> > case, you should not be starting a second instance of a daemon,
>>like Miguel said
>> > earlier in Spanish.
>> Yes, it's true. But the second instance is from the client program, not
>> the daemon. I guess the problem were with the locks in the tables, sice
>> they weren't "OPTIMIZE TABLE"'ed, as you said.
>> Thanks a lot for your help!
>> BTW, I hardly remember it, but I think it was a error, raised by the
>> Win32 TCP-IP library, to open a connection in listening mode if someone
>> else was listening to this port. If this is the way it would be
>> impossible to have two instances of a service like MySQL running at the
>> same time (anyrod, doing it sounds pretty odd).
>No, connection from a client should be no problem - the problem will happen if
>you try to start two instances of the server and have them listen on the same
>port. Under Unix, this will result in a error from the second one,
>and will not
>affect the first. I am not sure what would happen on NT.
Anyone know what happens on NT? I'd be surprised if you could start
two things on the same port, but then again, we're talking about NT
Paul DuBois, paul@stripped