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From:Ugo Bellavance Date:November 11 2004 6:08pm
Subject:Re: 4.1.7 serious problems
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Sasha Pachev wrote:
> 
>>
>> I tested the memory and it seems ok.
>>
>> I doubt this is an hardware issue, since version 4.1.3 works perfectly.
> 
> 
> Ugo:
> 
> Do the production and the test server run on the same hardware?

One is a single Athlon XP, the other is a dual Athlon MP.

> 
> Are you using the same mysqld binary on both?

[root@test local]# md5sum mysql-standard-4.1.7-pc-linux-i686.tar.gz
50adc5470228028dd28f0d51ae4f10f3  mysql-standard-4.1.7-pc-linux-i686.tar.gz

[root@prod local]# md5sum mysql-standard-4.1.7-pc-linux-i686.tar.gz
50adc5470228028dd28f0d51ae4f10f3  mysql-standard-4.1.7-pc-linux-i686.tar.gz

> 
> What I am suspecting is that the binary on the production system does 
> has not been compiled for the right processor type.
> 

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4.1.7 serious problemsUgo Bellavance4 Nov
  • Re: 4.1.7 serious problemsAnders Green4 Nov
    • Re: 4.1.7 serious problemsUgo Bellavance5 Nov
  • Re: 4.1.7 serious problemsGleb Paharenko5 Nov
    • Re: 4.1.7 serious problemsUgo Bellavance5 Nov
Re: 4.1.7 serious problemsHeikki Tuuri6 Nov
  • RE: 4.1.7 serious problemsDonny Simonton6 Nov
  • Re: 4.1.7 serious problemsUgo Bellavance8 Nov
    • Re: 4.1.7 serious problemsSasha Pachev11 Nov
      • Re: 4.1.7 serious problemsUgo Bellavance11 Nov
        • Re: 4.1.7 serious problemsSasha Pachev12 Nov
          • Re: 4.1.7 serious problemsUgo Bellavance12 Nov
            • Re: 4.1.7 serious problemsSasha Pachev13 Nov
              • Re: 4.1.7 serious problemsUgo Bellavance13 Nov
                • Re: 4.1.7 serious problemsSasha Pachev18 Nov
                  • Re: 4.1.7 serious problemsUgo Bellavance18 Nov
                    • Re: 4.1.7 serious problemsSasha Pachev18 Nov
                      • Re: 4.1.7 serious problemsUgo Bellavance19 Nov