On Wednesday 16 of April 2014 05:26:03 Ernesto Manríquez Mendoza wrote:
El Miércoles 16 de abril de 2014 12:59:06 Daniel Vrátil escribió:
> On Tuesday 15 of April 2014 12:09:05 Ernesto Manríquez Mendoza wrote:
> > My *real* reason to not use the /etc/akonadi/mysql-global-big.conf is a
> > stream of crashes. Daniel, is it possible to make a mysql.conf file
> > tailored for Akonadi?
> We have some Akonadi-specific modifications to the config file, but other
> than that, we don't need anything special, we can pretty much work with
> stock config.
> However your description of problem is not very helpful, try providing
> details on "stream of crashes", then we can do something about it.
Sorry about being unhelpful, Dan. Here's my backtrace. I installed all
possible debug symbols using # debuginfo-install akonadi before making
Akonadi crash, so, if there are missing debug symbols, please give me
further instructions about how can I get them.
elyria@hydragiros akonadi$ mv mysql.conf mysqlconf.old
elyria@hydragiros akonadi$ cp /etc/akonadi/mysql-global-big.conf mysql.conf
elyria@hydragiros akonadi$ akonadictl start
Starting Akonadi Server...
Connecting to deprecated signal
elyria@hydragiros akonadi$ search paths: ("/usr/lib64/qt-3.3/bin",
"/usr/local/bin", "/usr/bin", "/bin",
"/usr/sbin", "/home/elyria/.local/bin", "/home/elyria/bin",
"/usr/local/sbin", "/usr/local/libexec", "/usr/libexec",
Found mysql_install_db: "/usr/bin/mysql_install_db"
Found mysqlcheck: "/usr/bin/mysqlcheck"
Database process exited unexpectedly during initial connection!
exit code: 1
process error: "Unknown error"
This means that the database has failed to start for some reason. Please check
~/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/mysql.err, there should be more details from
MySQL on why it failed to start.
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