Moving down from amd64 to i386 ??
Greg 'groggy' Lehey
grog at FreeBSD.org
Wed Oct 12 18:00:16 PDT 2005
On Wednesday, 12 October 2005 at 9:27:17 +0200, Stefan Cars wrote:
> We are having troubles with MySQL 4.1 on a amd64 (it's crashing
> randomly with Seg fault, signal 11. gdb bt says: Cannot access
> memory at address 0x800000000000). We have got information saying
> this is a 64bit related issue and should be fixed by using the i386
> version instead of amd64 (this is an Intel Xeon).
Where did you get that information from?
> What is the way to go when moving from amd64 to i386 ?
If you mean "how do I install an i386 kernel on this machine", I can't
think of any way except to start from scratch. It would be a good
idea to install a separate disk, so you can access the configuration
files and the database on the old disk. But before doing this, I'd be
very interested in knowing what the problem is. Is the backtrace
always the same? Where does it crash?
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