[DB-SIG] Problems with MySQL

Ryan Weisenberger ryanw@inktomi.com
Thu, 21 Dec 2000 14:29:41 -0800

Exact version of MySQL is 3.23.28.  Although I found that if I downgraded 
MySQL to 3.22.32, I can actually get the MySQLdb.Connect to work, and 
instead it core dumps on the cursor.execute statement.

But it looks like this may be a Python 2.0 problem.  It compiles and runs 
fine under Python 1.5.2.

Thanks Paul for the tip about the version number.  I'll watch out for that.

- Ryan

At 05:04 PM 12/21/00 -0500, you wrote:
>On Thu, 21 Dec 2000, Paul DuBois wrote:
> > At 5:17 PM -0800 12/20/00, Ryan Weisenberger wrote:
> > >I'm trying to install and use the MySQL module written by Andy
> > >Dustman.  I'm using version 0.3.0, with Python 2.0 and MySQL 3.23 on
> > >Redhat Linux 6.2.  It compiles fine, but when I try:
> > >db1 = MySQLdb.Connect(db='test')
> > >I get a SIGSEGV and a core dump.
> > >
> > >Running it under gdb, I can trace it down to _mysqlmodule.c:
> > >conn = mysql_real_connect(&(c->connection), host, user, passwd, db,
> > >                       port, unix_socket, client_flag);
> > >
> > >All the values look good going in, but that's where it explodes.
>I haven't seen or heard of MySQLdb dumping core in a long time. For it to
>die where it is points a bit to MySQL, but I would be interested in seeing
>what the parameter values are. A lot of them CAN be NULL (most of the
> > What's your *exact* MySQL server version?  I just updated to MySQL
> > 3.23.29a-gamma, and found that the "a" caused MySQLdb 0.3.0 to cough
> > at the code that splits the three numeric hunks out of the version string.
> > (Normally versions are n.nn.nn-xxxx, where n is a digit.)
>I which those MySQL people could make up their minds about what the format
>of the version string is going to be.
>Andy Dustman         PGP: 0xC72F3F1D
>     @       .net     http://dustman.net/andy