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MySQL with Kernel 2.2?

MySQL with Kernel 2.2?

MySQL with Kernel 2.2?

Anyone know if MySQL works with Linux Kernel 2.2? (only Kernel 2.0.X is mentioned at the MySQL web site)
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RE: MySQL with Kernel 2.2?

I have MySQL running on 2.2.10-ac1 two days without problem.

Yesterday I fill in one table about 2.2 milions records from python script (parsing radius txt data), and all done OK.

I use Debian 2.1 with libc6 and libstdc++ packages from unstable.

mysqld Ver 3.21.33b for pc-linux-gnu on i586
libc6 2.1.1-10
libstdc++2.9 2.91.60-5

RE: MySQL with Kernel 2.2?

We're also running on a redhat 6.0 box with a 2.2.5 kernel, and on my own redhat 5.1 box with a 2.2.9 kernel. No problems, although I haven't given it the kind of stress testing the last poster did.

RE: MySQL with Kernel 2.2?

Thanks, finally found it was just a compile problem; when I installed the binary it went OK.

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