Possible Threading problem with -CURRENT / MySQL?
laursen at netgroup.dk
Mon Jun 14 19:14:53 GMT 2004
I will try that.
Would it be better to use 4.10 and MySQL w. LinuxThreads instead? It's
production databases that we run on the machine so stability is a must (yes
I know - 5.2 isn't stable yet...)
The reason why we decided to use 5.2-CURRENT was that the improved SMP
support - which seems to still have some bugs?
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Daniel Eischen" <eischen at vigrid.com>
To: "Lasse Laursen" <laursen at netgroup.dk>
Cc: <freebsd-threads at freebsd.org>; <freebsd-current at freebsd.org>
Sent: Monday, June 14, 2004 9:10 PM
Subject: Re: Possible Threading problem with -CURRENT / MySQL?
> On Mon, 14 Jun 2004, Lasse Laursen wrote:
> > > > WE use the SCHED_ULE, and:
> > > >
> > > > # Memory options
> > > > options MAXDSIZ="(1536*1024*1024)"
> > > > options MAXSSIZ="(1024*1024*1024)"
> > > > options DFLDSIZ="(1536*1024*1024)"
> > >
> > > Try using SCHED_4BSD, then try removing all memory options.
> > Wouldn't this limit us to 512 MB of memory per process running on the
> > server? we tried with each scheduler with same results. I will try to
> > recompile without the memory options and use the old scheduler. Any
> > why this might work?
> No, just trying to see what happens with a more stock
> kernel. Also, try removing /etc/my.conf to use default
> MySQL settings.
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