Ekaterina Ivannikova wrote:
> thanks for your input.
> > This does look like some really strange thread library problem. Can you try the
> > following:
> > * link statically
> This did not help.
> > * update your libc
> It seems that libc_r was last updated in April, so mine should be up to date.
> > if the above does not help, can you write a program that can be run outside of
> > the context of your system that will hang mysqld on your system?
> The problem is, the hangs occur in different places. They are caused by web
> indexing software (htdig) which accesses mysqld thru apache mod_php (3.0.17)
> compiled with mysql support. Since it runs on the same host, it just probably
> overloads mysql (or the thread lib ?). So a web site making intensive use of
> mysql database + htdig would be the appropriate setup for testing.
> Anyway, I posted a question to freebsd-bugs and will inform the list of the
In this case, you should be able to duplicate the problem using
mysql-super-smack ( see http://www.mysql.com/Contrib/mysql-bench-0.6.tar.gz ) -
you may need a bit of playing around to find the right combination of queries,
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