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#1: Vista crashes

Posted on 2011-10-12 06:28:02 by (Halász Sándor) hsv

I find that, when under Vista the MySQL daemon has been shut down, by giving the command
start mysqld -b"%CD%"
in the root directory where MySQL 5.5.8 (the version running on this computer) has been stored from an instance of command prompt with administrator authority issued by a user that lacks it (like an ordinary user s doing bare "su" in Unix) I make Vista crash with the blue-screen message "process or task critical to system operation has been terminated or exited".

The "start" is needed, also the administrator authority and the user that ordinarily lacks it.

Of course, there is a Vista-bug here, but, also, surely a MySQL-bug. Where is there a list of known bugs?


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#2: Re: Vista crashes

Posted on 2011-10-12 08:58:27 by Reindl Harald

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so why do you search a list of known bugs instead update your mysql?
5.5.8 is the FIRST ga version of 5.5
currently we have 5.5.16

no, i do not know if 5.5.16 is solving your problem but hwat i know
is that the updates were bot rel=F6eased just for fun

Am 12.10.2011 06:28, schrieb Hal?sz S?ndor:
> I find that, when under Vista the MySQL daemon has been shut down, by g=
iving the command
> start mysqld -b"%CD%"
> in the root directory where MySQL 5.5.8 (the version running on this co=
mputer) has been stored from an instance of command prompt with administr=
ator authority issued by a user that lacks it (like an ordinary user s do=
ing bare "su" in Unix) I make Vista crash with the blue-screen message "p=
rocess or task critical to system operation has been terminated or exited=
".
>=20
> The "start" is needed, also the administrator authority and the user th=
at ordinarily lacks it.
>=20
> Of course, there is a Vista-bug here, but, also, surely a MySQL-bug. Wh=
ere is there a list of known bugs?


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#3: RE: Vista crashes

Posted on 2011-10-12 21:49:01 by Daevid Vincent

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Hal=E1sz S=E1ndor [mailto:hsv@tbbs.net]
> Sent: Tuesday, October 11, 2011 9:28 PM
> To: mysql@lists.mysql.com
> Subject: Vista crashes
>=20
> I find that, when under Vista the MySQL daemon has been shut down=20

There's your first two problems:

[a] why are you running Vista. Period.
[b] why are you running MySQL under windows and not a Unix flavor as the
rest of the world does?

;-)


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