Re: MySQL on YDL, LinuxPPC, et al

Subject: Re: MySQL on YDL, LinuxPPC, et al
From: Scott R. Every (
Date: Mon Sep 13 1999 - 15:40:24 MDT

There is a section in the configure script which checks for Solaris big
file support. Make sure that section is deleted or commented out.

make sure to remove any cached config information by deleting config.cache.

re-run configure, recompile and it should work.


--On Mon, Sep 13, 1999 5:35 PM -0400 "Jason P. Stanford" <>

> I'm sure this has been asked a million times already, but I *cannot*
> find any definitive info on this subject. I got the source rpm for
> 3.22.25, modified the SPEC file to exclude the "--enable-assembler" flag
> and (temporarily) use the "--without-perl" flag. I can build the
> binaries, and install them, but they always fail to run because of the
> following:
> 990913 17:29:54 /usr/sbin/mysqld: Incorrect information in file:
> './mysql/host.frm'
> I see occassional references in postings to this newsgroup that people
> do have MySQL up and running. What are the parameters necessary to make
> this happen? I don't want to put Postgres on, then a month or two down
> the road have to deal with switching and moving to MySQL. A lot of the
> PHP3 and Perl scripts I have written interface with MySQL, and would be
> a big pain (for now) to debug and "port" to Postgres.
> Any help of tips would be greatly appreciated... Thanks!

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