At 08:54 AM 8/2/2002 -0700, Edwin Culp wrote:
>This doesn't make much sense and is probably not related  but I've had the
>problem for about a month and thought it was going to go away but it hasn't.
>I really don't know where to start looking.  Just after the KSE changes at
>the beginning of July I upgraded mysql.  Since then I have had intermittent
>problems with mysql hanging far too often.  It takes 100% of the resources
>and has to be killed.  I get no errors in the mysql log nor in the system
>Has anyone seen this or do you have any ideas for a solution or for trouble
>shooting?  I wanted to try a pkg_add -r but there doesn't seem to be a 
>mysql-server package.
>I am running today's current and I check it daily to see if it still hangs.
>I initially thought that it was a problem with this version of mysql but I'm
>not really sure.

The same thing happend to me a few weeks ago when I did an upgrade from 3.23.49 ==> 
I think what I ended up doing was to use the gcc3.2 from ports, and I built it 
First i installed gcc3.2 the made sure /usr/local/bin was ahead of /usr/bin in my PATH
then I built mysql enabling static build.

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