I'm running into some problems using cchost on my debian (stable)
GNU/Linux box. I'm sure the problem is with mysqld, but wanted to ask
if any using cchost has run into this before.
I have cchost working. People can register on the site, but 99% of the
time when I try to upload a file, I will get the page saying not to
click on anything and then eventually it will refresh, but instead of
the usual upload succeeded would you like to see the changes type
message, I get a blank page. No html headers or anything. If I look on
the server, sometimes the file is uploaded, sometimes it is not. When I
manually check the database tables. There is no entry for the uploaded
The one thing I have noticed is after trying to upload a page a couple
times, my syslog will show the the kernel killed mysqld because of out
of memory errors. The version of mysql I'm using will auto-restart when
it goes down, so the site doesn't go out (at least not for long).
I'm currently running cchost v1.0.3, php4, mysqld v4.1. Any pointers
are greatly appreciated.
Thanks -- Roan
From: Victor Stone <fourstones.net@gm...> - 2006-07-30 02:48:18
On 7/29/06, Roan Horning <roan@...> wrote:
> The one thing I have noticed is after trying to upload a page a couple
> times, my syslog will show the the kernel killed mysqld because of out
> of memory errors.
ouch. I'm on the road for the week so if you haven't figured it out
before I get back I'll be happy to log in to your system to see if I
can spot what's up.
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