Bug #8844 mysqld-nt crash on open table
Submitted: 28 Feb 2005 14:49 Modified: 28 Feb 2005 16:27
Reporter: Ariston Darmayuda Email Updates:
Status: Closed Impact on me:
Category:MySQL Server Severity:S2 (Serious)
Version:mysql-5.0.2-alpha-essential-win OS:Windows (Windows XP SP 2)
Assigned to: CPU Architecture:Any

[28 Feb 2005 14:49] Ariston Darmayuda
Hi, i want to report some bugs.
My bugs is that every i want to view some table, data from table of some database,
like view user on database mysql (by MySQL Administrator, MySQL Query Browser, 
MySQL Control Center, PHPMyAdmin, Delphi), it always crash on mysqld-nt, so i must start
the service again, again, and again.

I use detailed configuration, with config :
1. Server type = Developer Machine
2. Database usage = Multifunctional Database
3. Normal configuration of InnoDB
4. Approximate number of concurrent connection = Decision Support (DSS)/OLAP
5. Enable TCP/IP Networking = Port 3306
6. Default charset = Standard Character Set
7. Install As Windows Service = Service Name: MySQL5 with Launch the MySQL Server
   automatically enabled.
8. Security options = Modify Security Settings with root password enabled but
   first install i don't set root password.

My computer spesifications:
AMD Athlon XP 1800+
RAM 512 MB
HD Seagate 40 GB
OS Windows XP SP 2
MySQL Server version mysql-5.0.2-alpha-essential-win.msi
MySQL Administrator version mysql-administrator-1.0.19-win.msi
MySQL Query Browser version mysql-query-browser-1.1.5-win.msi
MySQL Control Center version mysqlcc-0.9.4-win32.zip
PHPMyAdmin version 2.2.3
Delphi 2005

How to repeat:
Send me by email at fLAre_Dra_X@yahoo.com

Suggested fix:
Conclusion of this bugs and the correct setting, i try on PC at my home.
[28 Feb 2005 16:27] MySQL Verification Team
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