On Fri, 21 May 1999, Benjamin Pflugmann wrote:
> Start your server and check the processlist to see whether it really
> runs. (You can also checks this with the log files)
> If it does, you probably have problems with your privileges or so, but
> that's just an wild assumption (not enough data to something
> If not, the server seems to crash (and it would be really an alpha
> related problem).
> In any case we need much more information to be able to help you. Have
> a look at the debugging and bug reporting sections of the manual (see
> the footer of the mail). Why didn't you use mysqlbug?
> On Tue, May 18, 1999 at 10:26:54PM -0400, hmiller@stripped wrote:
> > Hi
> > I have used your rpm file to set up mysql on a dec alpha running
> > Redhat 5.0. Everything works fine - many thanks for your efforts.
> > I have tried to setup xmysqladmin and am unable to connect to
> > mysql. I can, however, start and stop the server. Do you have any
> > idea what the problem might be?
> > Hank Miller
I have had mixed luck with xmysqladmin. I have an RPM if there are those
who are intersested but I am sure there is at least one more 32bit pointer
problem left and it seems to not understand the grant structure.
I just thought to test it again and browsing the tables managed to give me
a core dump.
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