Subject: Re: mysql-client
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Michael Richardson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/24/2001 22:17:25
>>>>> "Todd" == Todd Vierling <email@example.com> writes:
Todd> On Sat, 24 Feb 2001, Michael Richardson wrote:
Todd> : I think that we should explicitly put --with-mit-pthreads in so that
Todd> : it won't try and use Unix domain sockets. While -h/--host works for the
Todd> : command line tools, it fails for mod_php4.so.
Todd> : Unless there is an objection, I'll commit that.
Todd> Huh? MySQL works fine with Unix domain sockets, or at least, it did the
Todd> last time I used it. If mod_php4.so has a problem, that's PHP's deal.
Todd> Don't add a workaround for something that isn't broken.
MySQL says specifically that if you are using it with MIT-pthreads that it
won't do Unix domain sockets. I agree that it used to.
Todd> : I was unable to get apache to load mod_php4.so because of libgdm.so
Todd> : dependancy without putting LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/pkg/lib:/usr/lib into
Todd> : apachectl... I would have thought -R would have done enough.
Todd> -R was added to the link line for mod_php4.so? (Have you checked to make
Todd> sure the linker's really getting the option?)
No, not yet...
Todd> Granted, forcing dependency on libgdbm is bogus anyway, but I didn't get
Todd> involved in the php4 module, which probably needs serious cleanup.
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