Possible Threading problem with -CURRENT / MySQL?
laursen at netgroup.dk
Mon Jun 14 21:16:20 GMT 2004
I find it hard to believe that it's the RAM amount that can cause it - also
the current RAM setup is some exotic IBM configuration with some nice
features (according to their product page) - also the disk controller is too
expensive to replace :(
The sig: We had some really nasty problems with Linux in the early days
(2.0.14) ... :(
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Petri Helenius" <pete at he.iki.fi>
To: "Lasse Laursen" <laursen at netgroup.dk>
Cc: "mike" <mike at mike2k.com>; <freebsd-current at freebsd.org>;
<freebsd-threads at freebsd.org>
Sent: Monday, June 14, 2004 11:11 PM
Subject: Re: Possible Threading problem with -CURRENT / MySQL?
> Lasse Laursen wrote:
> >I tried with both schedulers with the same result :( I think that I have
> >tried every possible combination in order to track down the problem ...
> I would take out one DIMM to reduce the memory and if that would not
> help, swap the hardware.
> Obviously the earlier questions about where it does hang are valid.
> >- Don't be fooled by cheap finnish imitations - BSD is the One True Code
> P.S. funny sig :)
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