From: Gregory Kozlovsky (no email)
Date: Tue Oct 01 2002 - 09:37:59 EDT
It may be a problem with mysql server. After reboot, I was unable
to start mysqld. Only after I physically removed the database files
with 'rm -rf', and rebooted again, the system started working.
I run RedHat 7.3, the standard SMP kernel that came with the system.
Hardware is 2 processor Dell server.
From: Kir Kolyshkin [mailto:]
Sent: Dienstag, 1. Oktober 2002 15:28
Subject: Re: [aseek-users]
Seems like something weirds happened on your system. Probably this is
a problem with the kernel, or hardware.
Anyway, in such situations try
# strace -p <pid_of_some_index_thread>
first, to see where it hangs.
Also, I recommend everybody to run a program from www.memtest86.org,
for at least half a day.