Has any experienced a problem running MySQL in the X86World. We have an application that uses MySQL database backend talking over a socket. If we start MySQL without the skip-innodb option ( under a runx86 environment ) it crashes. Unfortunately, the application requires this option to work, so adding the skip-innodb option is not an option. MySQL runs fine in the PPC kernel; but the socket communication might pose a problem since the environment will be chrooted.
Thoughts and/or issues...
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3 replies Latest Post - 2007-05-31T00:03:07Z by SystemAdmin
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Updated on 2007-05-31T00:03:07Z at 2007-05-31T00:03:07Z by SystemAdmin
Re: pAVE & MySQL2007-05-30T21:37:03Z in response to SystemAdminInteresting. We had to add this only in the x86 world. We have since determined that we can run MySQL under PPC kernel and have the x86 application communicate to it with no problems.
We were using MySQL v5 for this application.
Re: pAVE & MySQL2007-05-31T00:03:07Z in response to SystemAdminI tried MYSQL in the p AVE environment with the option skip-innodb and worked fine for me. It did not crash for me.
I have tested on SLES9SP3 using MYSQL version 14.12 Distrib 5.0.27.
which disturbtion you were using?