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From:Chris Stoughton Date:October 14 2002 4:02pm
Subject:Re: HELP - Having serious trouble here...
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It sounds like the glibc auto-rpm that Redhat produced (to plug a 
security hole, I believe) is the root cause.  Getting mysql 3.23.52 from 
mysql will be the solution.

I don't know who could get Redhat to coordinate their updates.


John Hinton wrote:

>I'm having the same problems. I'm on a RedHat machine... 7.2 running
>MySQL ver. 3.23.41. I've been told to upgrade my package. 
>
>I think RedHat has put out an update to some other library, module or
>such, that is in conflict with remote/client management applications???
>
>Everything is working fine 'on' the server... I have had reports from a
>MAC user that his mysqlMAC or whatever he called it would not work. I
>have noticed that my Mascon program fails to connect. I have noticed in
>the logs, that everytime I try to connect it restarts mysql. If any
>calls are made to MySQL from a java app or script, I have not tested it,
>but bet that it will not connect but only restart mysql.... not good at
>all!
>
>I think if someone knows 'what' causes this, it would be nice to get the
>information out to the likes of RedHat, so they can let us subscribers
>know to update, or send through the update to MySQL at the same time
>this incompatibility issue arises.
>
>I know we've had updates to glibc and it seems I read something about
>that???? Don't remember where as I've been researching this for the last
>week and have been surfing/searching like a madman for several full
>days!
>
>If you are using RedHat, have you updated your packages recently?
>
>Did you try to run mysql-front only this morning, maybe the first time
>after doing recent updates?
>
>I had a server shut down last Monday due to a fan dieing.... I fixed it
>and of course went through reboots. I noticed Mascon would not run after
>the reboots... But, it had been a while since I had tried to run Mascon,
>so I'm not sure this occurred after the reboot, or perhaps after some
>package upgrades. The server had run non-stop for over a year... so
>gee.... that leaves lots of questions????
>
>It would be nice to get to the bottom of what is happening.
>
>gerald_clark wrote:
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>
>>What is in the error logs?
>>
>>Vernon Webb wrote:
>>
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>>>I have been using MySQL for nearly a year now with no problems, until now. I
>>>rebooted my box this morning and since rebooting I have had nothing but
>>>trouble.
>>>
>>>First off I have noticed (I never looked before because I had no need to,
>>>but there is nothing in my "msqld.log" They are all 0k.
>>>
>>>Secondly, I can no longer log in as root using MySQL-Front as I keep getting
>>>an error message stating that it has lost connection during query.
>>>
>>>The MySQL daemon keeps restarting itself over and over and I can't figure
>>>out why.
>>>
>>>I'm a littel frazzled right now and am at a lost as to where to start to
>>>resolve this. Anyone have any ideas? PLEASE!!!
>>>
>>>
>>>
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>>>
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Thread
HELP - Having serious trouble here...Vernon Webb13 Oct
  • Re: HELP - Having serious trouble here...gerald_clark14 Oct
  • Re: HELP - Having serious trouble here...John Hinton14 Oct
    • Re: HELP - Having serious trouble here...Anders Nielsen14 Oct
      • Re: HELP - Having serious trouble here...Anders Nielsen14 Oct
  • Re: HELP - Having serious trouble here...Chris Stoughton14 Oct
  • Re: HELP - Having serious trouble here...John Hinton14 Oct