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From:Michael Widenius Date:April 29 1999 12:16pm
Subject:MySQL thread problem on HP
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>>>>> "G" == G J Brendeke <brendeke@stripped> writes:

G> Hello,
G> After installing/testing MySQL on Solaris I now skipped to HP UX 10.20. 
G> Installation is still out-of-th-box. However, as soon as I start using
G> the daemon from a remote machine, it restarts itself with a THREAD error:
---> LOG exerpt - START <--
G> mysqld restarted on  Thu Apr 29 12:39:52 METDST 1999
G> Got error 0 from setitimer with:
G> wakeup:   tv_sec: 925411190  tv_nsec: 0
G> current:  tv_sec: 925411195  tv_nsec: 10000000
G> argument: tv_sec: -6  tv_usec: 990000
G> /tools/hp/hp10/dbases/mysql-3.22.21/mit-pthreads/pthreads/sleep.c:123: Phtreads
G> kernel panic.
G> mysqld restarted on  Thu Apr 29 12:39:52 METDST 1999
---> LOG exerpt - END <---
G> After a small round of analusing it seems that the server gets "boggy" after
G> I create new TABLES/DB's. I noticed that stopping and restarting the server
G> solves my problem, at least it doesn't choke right now.
G> If anybody could explain this "problem" it would be appreciated. I would like
G> to now what's going on, and what we can do to prevent this "spontaneous"
G> restarts to happen. Obvious, we will create TABLES "run-time", like  for
G> optimisation/temp-staorage.


I am testing/debugging MySQL 3.22 on a HP-UX system and I hope to have 
some solutions in the near future.

The problem is that I will away on vacation 1999-05-02 -> 1999-05-08
and away at Linux Expo 1998-05-16 - 1998-06-01, so I can't promise a
definitive solution for HP-UX very soon.

MySQL thread problem on HPG.J. Brendeke29 Apr
  • MySQL thread problem on HPMichael Widenius29 Apr
  • Re: MySQL thread problem on HPHarald Wellmann4 May
  • Re: MySQL thread problem on HP (2)Harald Wellmann4 May