[Bug 326768] Re: mysqld_safe thinks mysqld has crashed when it hasn't

MarcRandolph mrand at pobox.com
Tue May 12 07:54:17 BST 2009

I'm not sure if I'm late to the party or not here... but on the off
chance that it would be helpful, I threw together a program to print out
the source process ID for a SIGHUP signal.  I have attached the source
to this bug.   Very simple to use... in this case:

1. mv mysqld_safe mysqld_safe_real
2. gcc sig_src.c -o mysqld_safe
3. Launch programs/services that cause crash
4. Watch stderr output, wherever that happens to be going.  This could be modified to log to a file.

** Attachment added: "Determine the process ID of SIGHUP source"

mysqld_safe thinks mysqld has crashed when it hasn't
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