mysql on recent RELENG_5
freebsd at jdc.parodius.com
Sun Sep 5 06:16:08 PDT 2004
I agree, opening another bug report on this probably wouldn't do much.
However, the only places I've seen it mentioned are here on -current.
ports/70889 is also for the alpha architecture, which may (possibly?) be
seeing a different error message depending upon what sort-of code is
I don't "mind" having to use CPUTYPE as a workaround (I'm glad there's
one at all!); I'm mainly worried that the MySQL folks will begin claiming
that "FreeBSD isn't suited for MySQL" because of this problem, or
something along those lines. There's enough public misnomers as-is
about MySQL on FreeBSD (even a few on the official MySQL site).
I'm more than happy to test patches or give someone access to our 5.x
SQL box if they want to try and track this down.
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On Sun, Sep 05, 2004 at 02:59:44PM +0200, Oliver Brandmueller wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 02, 2004 at 07:38:46PM -0700, Jeremy Chadwick wrote:
> > What's yet to be discussed by anyone is _why_ -march is required for
> > this to work. Is this a gcc-related problem? It's incredibly easy to
> > reproduce.
> I agree with you. With 5.3-RELEASE people will expect MySQL to work out
> of the box (read: from the package or from ports without tweaking
> make.conf) on FreeBSD.
> There's an open bug report ports/70889 on this topic, though it's not
> very general, but I think it won't help opening a second one.
> - Oliver
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