[changed back to right ML]

This is better aproach :)

On Sun, Jun 16, 2002 at 04:54:42PM -0400, Jeff S Wheeler wrote:
> On Sun, 2002-06-16 at 04:24, Osamu Aoki wrote:
>   *snip*
> > If what you say is true, I can tell you that ANY program which is
> > involved with mysql and which used local_lim.h needs to be recompiled.
> > What I do not know is whether this involves glibc (libc6) or not.
> Why would this be the case?  

Question, I thoght, was "My question is, what should I do after modify
this file. Should I rebuild mysql-server .deb package again? Or I just
set mysql max connections and restart mysql server?"

So my answer was "recompile" because changing local_lim.h is not enough
to change behavior of libc6.

> I might be missing something, but I believe the poster is just
> discussing making a change to the mysql-server, NOT the libmysqlclient
> library.
> Any library dependencies of the mysqld server (ldd bin/mysqld ?) would
> need to be rebuilt, probably including libc, but you could always keep
> private copies of them and use LD_LIBRARY_PATH to avoid changing the
> system-wide libc, and thus necessitating a rebuild of other sources
> which depend on that limit being consistent between themselves and their
> dependencies.

Sounds very good too me. 

> Am I off my rocker?  I know it's not a real clean solution, keeping a
> seperate copy of libc, but it seems workable.
+  Osamu Aoki <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> @ Cupertino, CA USA         +

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