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From:Dan Nelson Date:May 12 2000 9:51pm
Subject:Re: Compilation problem with FreeBSD 4.0
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In the last episode (May 12), Kevin Cooper said:
> I'm trying to install MySQL version mysql-3.22.32 (the lastest stable
> version) onto a FreeBSD 4.0. It is a 700 mhz with 512 megs of ram.
> 
> It seems as though I am having problems with compilation part of it.
> I have tried compiling it with and without mit-pthreads. When I do it
> without, it stalls during the make process. The cpu load shoots up to
> 100%, and I let it sit for 5-10 minutes before it crashed the server.

I bet it's "stalling" on sql_yacc.cc, right?  Just let it sit.  it'll
compile, eventually.  gcc 2.95 is especially slow when compiling it. 
Also run "ulimit -d unlimited" if it dies with a "virtual memory
exhausted" error.

-- 
	Dan Nelson
	dnelson@stripped
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Compilation problem with FreeBSD 4.0Kevin Cooper13 May
  • Re: Compilation problem with FreeBSD 4.0Dan Nelson13 May
  • Re: Compilation problem with FreeBSD 4.0Thimble Smith13 May
  • Re: Compilation problem with FreeBSD 4.0sinisa14 May