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Re: [Xen-users] RE: mysql & xen - is anyone using this combinationsuccessfully?

Hallo Paul,

I don't know if it is the same problem. You could check if you use the
Berkeley DB and try without it. The SuSE RPM mysql-Max adds the Berkeley
DB and InnoDB to the mysql server. Without this RPM mysql is working fine.
 Amavis also has problems using the Berkeley DB so I think this is the


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> I'm running mysqld in domU, with all tables InnoDB (except for the system
> database). Could this be the same problem? I dunno.
> Matthias Pfafferodt wrote, On 24/05/05 21:36:
>> Hello Paul,
>> sorry for the new thread, but I'm not subscripted to the list.
>> I use SuSE 9.3 and the XEN packages they provide. In my dom0 system I
>> had a
>> similar problem: at boot mysql is started by it never shows up as
>> running if
>> tested with 'rcmysql status'. After some try and error I deinstalled the
>> mysql-Max RPM (a MySQL - Server with Berkeley DB) and mysql is working.
>> It
>> seems that the Berkeley DB doesn't work with XEN (or with tls moved to
>> tls.disabled). I have not tested this further but I found a similar
>> problem
>> with amavis (also using Berkeley DB).
>> Best regards
>> Matthias
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> Paul Laws
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