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From:Stewart Smith Date:January 13 2012 1:10am
Subject:Re: mysqld segfault when normal shutdown
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On Wed, 21 Dec 2011 16:34:29 -0600, Zhixuan Zhu <zhuzhixuan@stripped> wrote:
> I got a pretty annoying issue with our custom-built mysql server. We
> are using version 5.1.39 built from source. We have plugged in a
> customized storage engine. When mysql server is shut down, either by
> service stop or just by the pkill command, mysql server always crash.
> The back trace and the seg fault log are listed below. The crash does
> not actually hurt anything. We did not even notice any difference
> until we found lots of seg fault entries in the log file.

My guess is that it's probably something to do with custom engine. If
they don't shut down properly then anything could happen.

To examine any further you really need a proper backtrace too.

Stewart Smith
mysqld segfault when normal shutdownZhixuan Zhu21 Dec
  • Re: mysqld segfault when normal shutdownStewart Smith13 Jan