At 9:34 AM -0800 1/31/01, Oson, Chris M. wrote:
>At the risk of getting flamed for something that may or may not be in the
>at the beginning of Paul's email
>% perror 127
>127 = Record-file is crashed
>When I did a man perror from Solaris 2.6, it says that perror returns the
>error. I guess what's confusing me is that an error was generated from
>as a process and after it stopped (because of the error), you could find out
>shell what the problem was. Is this assumption correct?
man perror is probably showing you the manual page for the perror() system
call. MySQL ships with a utility called perror that often is useful for
telling you the meaning of an error from mysql.
Paul DuBois, paul@stripped