Subject: Re: Serious troubles with MySQL (compiling)
To: Karo Salminen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Andy R <email@example.com>
Date: 05/07/2002 07:51:16
--- Karo Salminen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I have serious troubles with MySQL.
> I compiled it from pkgsrc when I was using
> 20020427-1.5.3_RC2 (i386) snapshot
> and it worked fine. Few days after (01.05.2002) that
> I decided to compile custom kernel and
> userland. I fetched them with CVS (with
> --rnetbsd-1-5) (from anoncvs.netbsd.org),
> compiled my custom kernel
> <http://ks.ping-viini.org:81/~ks/tmp/experiment> and
> userland. After that MySQL reported errors to logs
> and didn't start
> I thought about compiling it again,
> because I didn't have any other ideas how to deal
> with it (I asked from #NetBSD however).
> I removed the packages and started to compile it
> from pkgsrc. It seems to go fine until
> it stucked to "./gen_lex_hash > lex_hash.h". The
> process ate whole processor time and
> didn't ever end (I ran it almost 24 hours and the
> processor's speed is 166MHz).
> Again no-one could help me so I thought about
> compiling it from the official sources, both
> with make and gmake. The very same problem appeared.
> After discussion with Hubert Feyrer on IRC I thought
> about mailing these mailinglists.
> However I found some similiar reports with Google
> Below is some extra information:
> kernel: NetBSD experiment.kortex.jyu.fi 1.5.3_RC2
> NetBSD 1.5.3_RC2 (experiment) #0: Tue Apr 30
> 21:35:58 EEST 2002
> 272 -r-xr-xr-x 1 root wheel 266544 May 1 08:17
This is a prime candidate for a pr against the mysql
pkgsrc. I'm sure exposure on this will be quite high
if it can be recreated on other machines.
Have you opened a pr?
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