I have a centos install up and running but mysqld is broke. Here is
how I got to where I am.
1) I mounted a new filesystem on an existing box that has yum as /centos.
2) I generated a filesystem using yum with:
yum -y --installroot=/centos -t install MAKEDEV rpm-build glibc-devel
gcc rpm-python make autoconf yum less vim-enhanced rootfiles
redhat-rpm-config db4-utils rpmdb-redhat db4
3) Umounted this filesystem and started a uml kernel with this filesystem.
The OS loads and I can get to the network, start apache, ssh, etc.etc...BUT...
The mysqld services hangs and chews up all the CPU. It does this both
during the Initialization and if I just start mysqld manually. I have
seen it die with sig 11 but other times it just hangs around and
doesn't exit cleanly. I took the easiest step first and grabbed the
mysql src rpm and rebuilt it with no success. It does the same thing.
I have tried both 2.4.27 and 2.6.8.
Has anyone seen similar behavior before? Any ideas?
Yes, but I figured it out. Need to set LD_ASSUME_KERNEL=2.4.1 on some
applications....like mysqld and bind.
On Thu, 9 Dec 2004 00:37:17 -0500, Jeffrey Schiller
> Are you using skas mode on the host?
On Thursday 09 December 2004 15:36, Terry wrote:
> Yes, but I figured it out. Need to set LD_ASSUME_KERNEL=2.4.1 on some
> applications....like mysqld and bind.
Or rename /lib/tls away ... UML has longly been suffering from that problem.
Paolo Giarrusso, aka Blaisorblade
Linux registered user n. 292729