FBSD 5.2.1-p4 and mysqld problems

Ganbold ganbold at micom.mng.net
Sun Apr 4 18:44:46 PDT 2004

Hi Daryl,

I have exactly same problem as you. I have FreeBSD 5.2-CURRENT (did cvsup 
on March 23) with mysql-4.0.18 from ports collection.
It is compiled with linuxthreads. Mysql is working fine, except it 
sometimes freezes, sometimes one or two tables get corrupted.
Usually freezes once per day. Just freezes and I had to kill mysql process 
and start.

Did you solve your problem? I also downloaded latest snapshot from 
mysql.com web site and installed, but nothing changes.
Let me know if you find something.



At 12:48 PM 03.04.2004, you wrote:
>ah! thanks :)
>It just happened again and I was able to collect the
>data again.
>Before I did mysqladmin shutdown/killall -11 mysqld
>a few times the 3 giant processes would show as -, but
>then it got to the point where they weren't changing
>one bit (staying at Giant)
>after I did mysqladmin shutdown/killall -11 mysqld
>this eventually cleared up after a minute or so.
>I've given some serious thought to upgrading to
>-CURRENT, but with the network stack commit comming
>soon (or happening now), I don't want to get caught in
>the middle of it and have severe problems. Perhaps I
>should use a tag for the time right around the sysctl
>change for the mp stack?
>The guy running the site just wants me to (have
>someone at the colo) format the machine and go back to
>Oh, I now have witness in the kernel...no deadlocks
>from what I've seen.
>--- Doug White <dwhite at gumbysoft.com> wrote:
> > On Fri, 2 Apr 2004, Daryl Chance wrote:
> >
> > > Thanks for your response.  It just happened a few
> > > minutes ago and i was able to capture all the
> > output
> > > into a text file.
> > >
> > > http://sql.tribalwar.com/ps.txt
> >
> > oops, sorry, I get those confused. You want 'ps
> > axlwww'.  WCHAN will be a
> > string like "select".
> >
> > > I have WITNESS* options compiled into the kernel
> > and
> > > am going to reboot soon.  Do you think it would
> > help
> > > in debugging this to see if there are any
> > deadlocks?
> >
> > Potentially, although I get 100% cpu loops with kde
> > that won't trigger any
> > witness or invariants checks.
> >
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