Michael Lovett wrote:
> The source line executing is
> query << "select server_name_tx from tblTabServer";
Unless something else in MySQL++ has scribbled on the memory heap by
this point, I don't see how this line can cause a crash other than with
a buggy standard library. The fact that the problem doesn't happen on a
'native' GCC 3 system heightens one's suspicions.
Can you not upgrade to GCC 3.x on this system? I'd recommend going no
higher than 3.3, as MySQL++ isn't confirmed to run on 3.4 yet. I recall
3.0.4 being available for RH7.2, possibly from Red Hat themselves.