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From:Michael Widenius Date:August 5 1999 2:20am
Subject:Problems with mysqld-3.22.25 on hppa1.1-hp-hpux10.20 SOLVED
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>>>>> "Gcc" == Gcc  <gcc@stripped> writes:

Gcc> Hey guys,
Gcc> 	I just wanted to that you guys know the problem I had with
Gcc> mysqld-3.22.25 and egcs-2.95 is solved.  Apparently, if you have DCE
Gcc> package (POSIX draft level 4 threads) and try build egcs-2.95 all
Gcc> the libraries are built againt libdce.a (which has it's own pthread
Gcc> functions).  This causes major conflicts with the MIT-pthreads.

Gcc>         After removing the dce libraries and header and rebuilding
Gcc> egcs-2.95 and mysqld-3.22.25 everything works perfectly.  I was
Gcc> wondering if we could document this in the README to never link
Gcc> with libdce.a or libcma.a.

Gcc> Thanks,
Gcc> Sammy Yu

Hi!

I have now added the following to the MySQL documentation:

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If you are compiling egcs 2.95 yourself, you should NOT link it with
the DCE libraries (libdce.a or libcma.a) if you want to compile MySQL with
MIT-threads.  If you mix the DCE and MIT-pthread packages you will get
a mysqld that you can't connect to.  Remove the DCE libraries while you
compile egcs 2.95!
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By the way, can you check if the fork_test.pl test works with your new 
mysqld?  If yes, can you please upload a copy to
ftp://www.mysql.com/pub/mysql/Incoming for other HP users to test?

Have you tried to use MySQL with DCE threads with gcc 2.95 ?

Regards,
Monty
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