>>>>> "Troels" == Troels Arvin <troels@stripped> writes:
Troels> I just experienced it myself. And the same problem was reported in a
Troels> Danish newsgroup some days ago:
Troels> After starting MySQL with "/etc/rc.d/init.d/mysql start", MySQL simply
Troels> says "Database ended" or something alike.
Troels> Downgrading to 3.2.26a cures the problem.
We just found this out !
The problem is that MySQL 3.22.27 is compiled on a RedHat 6.0 system
(which uses the default glibc 2.1). Even if we have compiled it
staticly it will not work properly on a RedHat 5.2 system!
(Some times I REALLY hate these glibc issues; It's impossible to make
on Linux a static linked binary that works on all platforms)
We found that at least the --user option will not work.
You may get 3.22.27 to work by removing --user from mysql.server and
The above means that we have to look into producing different RPM:s
for glibc 2.0 and glibc 2.1 based systems :(