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|From:||BAUMEISTER Alexandre||Date:||March 23 2001 3:39pm|
|Subject:||Re: Warning: Got signal 14 from thread X|
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Bonjour Michael, BAUMEISTER>> Sinisa, BAUMEISTER>> This time I compiled with : BAUMEISTER>> CFLAGS=-DSOLARIS CXXFLAGS="-DSOLARIS -felide-constructors > -fno-exceptions -fno-rtti" ./configure BAUMEISTER>> --prefix=/usr/local/mysql --without-bench --enable-thread-safe-client > --with-innobase --without-debug BAUMEISTER>> --with-named-thread-libs=-lthread --without-berkeley-db --without-raid > --without-mit-threads BAUMEISTER>> ^^^^^^^ BAUMEISTER>> "mysqlbug" still gives me strange things : BAUMEISTER>> Configure command: BAUMEISTER>> ./configure --with-unix-socket-path=/var/tmp/mysql.sock > --with-low-memory --with-mit-threads=yes BAUMEISTER>> --without-perl --enable-thread-safe-client --with-berkeley-db > --with-innobase MW> Did you do a 'make clean' in the between ? MW> Note that if the compile failed or you didn't do 'make clean' mysqlbug MW> is not generated with your new command line. No I did not do "make clean". I didn't knew that I had to in order to update mysqlbug. As I was each time configuring and building from a fresh tar, I though that mysqlbug was updated after I do configure, make, make install. BAUMEISTER>> And I still have "Warning" messages BUT a lot less ! BAUMEISTER>> 010321 19:25:01 mysqld started BAUMEISTER>> Innobase: Started BAUMEISTER>> /usr/local/mysql/libexec/mysqld: ready for connections BAUMEISTER>> 010321 19:25:24 Warning: Got signal 14 from thread 10 MW> <cut> MW> Have you applied the patches for Solaris 2.8 ? MW> We have all the suggested patches on our Solaris 2.8 machine and we MW> don't have the above problem! No I didn't. We are currently applying the last patches. I will let you know if it corrects everything. BAUMEISTER>> In fact, Mysql writes this message only and each time I do a BAUMEISTER>> "mysqladmin status" or "mysqladmin processlist" or "mysqladmin ping" BAUMEISTER>> !!! MW> Can you try if our Solaris 2.7 binary works for you? MW> (This should work on Solaris 2.8 without any problems!) I tried 2.7 binary and there was no problem. I'll let you know about the Solaris 2.8 patches. Regards, Alex.