Re: error binding values with 3.1.11 connector/j to server-side prepared statements on mysqld 4.1.12
Posted by: Marc Portier
Date: November 07, 2005 08:14AM

Mark Matthews wrote:

> Is it _possible_ for you to test with one of our
> official binaries? We've had a few reports of
> prepared statement issues w/ the Debian builds of
> MySQL-4.1, and the only way to prove that it's not
> some gcc/glibc bug in Debian is to compare the
> behavior to our own binaries (which as far as I've
> tested don't exhibit this behavior).

Ok, I finally got to doing this..
- downloaded mysql 4.1.15-standard,
- unpacked the tgz to my ~/local/
- stopped mysqld
- and just put a ln -s to this new bin/mysqld to replace the /usr/sbin/mysqld
- started mysqld
- checked with show variable like 'version'; that 4.1.15-standard was now running (not 4.1.12-Debian_1ubuntu3-log)

and then the all tests (different jdbc driver versions) just pass

So, I guess this accounts to more motivation in favor of the gcc/glibc bug argument,
I'm trying to get a hold of the appropriate people responsible for the debian/ubuntu packages to have a look into things, however it might be useful if I could provide them with more directed and clear tests/checks... after all this looks like none of this actually has anything to do with Java, right?

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