Subject: MySQL 4 and threads
To: None <email@example.com>
From: John Klos <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/31/2004 13:59:55
I can't seem to get MySQL 4.1.7 to work on m68k machines. I keep getting:
mysqld: Couldn't allocate stack for idle thread!: Cannot allocate memory
even on a system with 128 megs of memory when the calling shell is
On a sparc64 machine, MySQL-4.0.whatever (latest) actually crashes the
machine when it exits - it does it pretty reliably.
On another m68k Amiga machine, MySQL 4.0.whatever (latest) may have caused
a kernel panic, since the panic happened when MySQL was quit. It wasn't my
machine, so I didn't get to do a backtrace.
All of these systems are NetBSD 2.0 systems.
Anyone have any ideas?