Markus Hoenicka wrote:
> Hi Vik,
>
> Vikram Noel Ambrose <noel.ambr...@gmail.com> was heard to say:
>
>   
>> Ubuntu-9.10 x86_64, lidbi and mysql driver from the distro repos (0.8.3.1).
>>
>> I can insert a 40kb MEDIUMBLOB into a table with no problem, but when I,
>> dbi_conn_queryf, dbi_result_first_row and then
>> dbi_result_get_binary_copy_idx, I get an out of memory error.
>>
>> The blob seems to be consistent from an md5sum I took through the
>> mysqlclient.
>>     
>
> Could you provide a stripped-down testcase to reproduce this problem?  
> I'd like to see if it fails on 32bit systems as well.
>
>   
>> I tried to debug the problem, by downloading the libdbi/-driver sources
>> and peppering it a little. But I cannot run the compiled code on my
>> machine. I get a general protection fault from libdbi.so.0.1.0 when I
>> try to run my home built dbi.
>>
>>     
>
> Did you check the distro repo for any patches that they applied? They  
> might have fixed 64bit issues, if any. If they build from stock  
> sources, at least an unmodified homebuilt library should work ok.
>
> regards,
> Markus
>
>
>   
The malloc inside _binary_copy_idx was failing. And I have no idea why. 
But a few system restarts and libdbi installations later, its started 
working. Must have had one too many segfaults that day. Poor computer.

Sorry for the false alarm.

cheers,


Vik.

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