Subject: Re: Re(2): Re(2): Re(2): 3000/600
To: Bryan McWhirt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Rik van Mierlo <email@example.com>
Date: 06/02/2000 19:43:40
I don't really need MySQL on the Alpha, because it works ok our
FreeBSD/i386 server, but on the Alpha the connection to the database is
dropped when I use a SELECT statement with SUM in it. Earlier today I
got a floating point exception as error, but I haven't been able to
reproduce it, now all I get is "Lost connection to MySQL server during
query". The machine is a 3000/400, running NetBSD-current. MySQL is from
the ports collection.
I don't know whether anybody else has had the same problem, but it has
kept me from seriously using MySQL with NetBSD/alpha.
On Fri, 2 Jun 2000, Bryan McWhirt wrote:
> Thats teh problem, I do need 3.23.16 and php4, neither of these will
> compile and neither are in pkgsrc.
> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> >iceberg writes:
> >[Charset iso-8859-1 unsupported, filtering to ASCII...]
> >> I used a CDR and made a boot cd from the image and it worked fine.
> >Took a
> >> bit to get things running as the docs are vauge, but the kind people in
> >> #NetBSD on EFNET helped me a bit. Thanks to everyone here for your
> >help as
> >> well. I installed gmake too but Im having problem getting mysql to
> >> Im including the error message I got from the compile.
> >You should install(*) 'pkgsrc', then just do:
> > # cd /usr/pkgsrc/databases/mysql-server
> > # make install
> >> gmake: Entering directory `/root/mysql-3.23.16-alpha/sql'
> >> c++ -DMYSQL_SERVER
> >The version in pkgsrc is 3.22.32, but that shouldn't be a big deal unless
> >you need some new feature of 3.23.16.
> >(*) Install? Basically pull down the latest pkgsrc.tar.gz via the
> > URL: ftp://ftp.netbsd.org/pub/NetBSD/packages/pkgsrc.tar.gz, then you
> > just untar. (so it ends up in /usr/pkgsrc)
> >Andrew Gillham | NetBSD ist Affengeil.
> >email@example.com | Nachts ist es kaelter
> >I speak for myself, not for my employer. | als draussen.
-Rik van Mierlo