to configure MIT-pthreads on my system - hense my not using the port.
I believe it will, if you rename libc_r to libpthread.a. I don't know if
that is the proper way to do it, but it worked for me. MySQL has been
working just fine for us for several months.
You should read the MySQL docs:
Also, libc_r underwent a lot of fixes about Feb 15. It is much more
Posix compliant now.
Is the way I did it any different functionally? I would reinstall
Well, suddenly your system doesn't have a libc_r anymore, after you
properly, but getting all the Mysqlperl stuff installed seemed to be like
a lot of work the first time. Does the new libc_r require a make world?
The computer our MySQL is on will not do a make world. I have no idea why,
Jordan mentioned a possible reason is a bad cache..
Ugh... if your computer will not buildworld, it is not stable, period.
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