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mysql-server-5.0: double free or corruption -> ABRT


Is anyone else seeing mysql-server 5.0.18-9 crashing with messages like:

| Mar 14 00:32:59 zwart mysqld[29820]: *** glibc detected *** double
|                 free or corruption (!prev): 0x00000000012b1ab0 ***
| Mar 15 02:24:17 zwart mysqld[13255]: *** glibc detected *** free():
|                 invalid next size (normal): 0x00000000012d3d30 ***
| Mar 16 00:32:51 zwart mysqld[17749]: *** glibc detected *** double
|                 free or corruption (!prev): 0x0000000001333540 ***
| Mar 16 14:44:07 zwart mysqld[471]: *** glibc detected *** double
|                 free or corruption (!prev): 0x00000000013e4160 ***

All followed by:

| Mar 16 14:44:07 zwart mysqld[471]: mysqld got signal 6;

It causes mysqld to keep running, but it just stops doing anything.
You can connect, but anything that accesses the datafiles will just hang
indefinitely. Causing mysqld to eventually get 'Too many connections'
after which you'd have to kill -9 the daemon to get it working again.

This happens on a dual Opteron 250 system with 4GB memory running and mysql-server-5.0 version 5.0.18-9.

Another dual Opteron 250 with 2GB running and mysql-server-5.0
version 5.0.18-8 doesn't show this behaviour.

I'll try installing the same kernel ( on the non-working box
and see what that brings me. If any of you have any idea what might
cause this, please let me know!

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