mysql frequently crash on 6.2
ken73.chen at gmail.com
Tue May 1 06:58:08 UTC 2007
2007/5/1, Jeremy Chadwick <koitsu at freebsd.org>:
> I can confirm this problem. Normally sig11 is an indication that you
> have hardware-related problems, but in this particular case (at least in
> my experience), it can also be caused by some lack-of loader.conf
> tunables permitting mysqld to allocate the amount of memory you're
> claiming in my.cnf.
Jeremy, thank you for your information.But I has modified /boot/loader.conf
already, you can check the 'limits' output in my last post.
The mysql run well on my other machine with low-loading, but at the
high-loading box. mysql always get 'mysqld got signal 11'.
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