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From:Dan Nelson Date:July 3 2000 2:20am
Subject:Re: Can't compile MySQL on FreeBSD 4.0
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In the last episode (Jul 02), sinisa@stripped said:
> 
> - ulimit -a setteings

Hmm. Could the Makefile check the output of 'ulimit -d' and warn the
user to raise it if it's below 128 MB or so?  It already prints a
message suggesting --with-low-memory.

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	Dan Nelson
	dnelson@stripped
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Can't compile MySQL on FreeBSD 4.0Alexander Barkov30 Jun
  • Re: Can't compile MySQL on FreeBSD 4.0sinisa30 Jun
  • Re: Can't compile MySQL on FreeBSD 4.0Stephane Enten1 Jul
    • Re: Can't compile MySQL on FreeBSD 4.0sinisa1 Jul
      • Re: Can't compile MySQL on FreeBSD 4.0Stephane Enten1 Jul
        • Re: Can't compile MySQL on FreeBSD 4.0sinisa1 Jul
        • Re: Can't compile MySQL on FreeBSD 4.0Luke1 Jul
          • Re: Can't compile MySQL on FreeBSD 4.0sinisa2 Jul
            • Re: Can't compile MySQL on FreeBSD 4.0Dan Nelson3 Jul
              • Re: Can't compile MySQL on FreeBSD 4.0sinisa3 Jul
              • Re: Can't compile MySQL on FreeBSD 4.0Masood Nasir3 Jul
  • Re: Can't compile MySQL on FreeBSD 4.0Jeremy Cole2 Jul
Re: Can't compile MySQL on FreeBSD 4.0Alexander Barkov30 Jun