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From:Ilya Martynov Date:October 12 2001 10:26am
Subject:Re: FreeBSD v.s. Linux on dual processor
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DN> That's correct; FreeBSD-4's thread model is userland threads in a
DN> single process, managed by signals.  The Linux multiple-process
DN> threading model is available (via the Linuxthreads port), and there's
DN> an option to build the mysql port with it, but the comments in mysql's
DN> makefile suggest that it's not stable.

Just a note. Company at which I work does uses MySQL compiled with
LinuxThreads on FreeBSD on production servers (I think about already
two or three months). So far we haven't seen any problems related to
this configuration.

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