Hello, all I have successfully compiled and install Ruby 1.9.1.rc2 on 32-bit Ubuntu Intrepid. I have also managed to compile the Ruby MySQL 2.8 native bindings. I eventually got everything going to run Rails 2.2.2 on Ruby 1.9 and connecting to a MySQL database with the native drivers. However, when I hit a page that then hits the databsae, the Webrick 1.3.1 server simply bombs with an immediate exit reporting the following: $ script/server => Booting WEBrick... /usr/local/lib/ruby/gems/1.9.1/gems/actionpack-2.2.2/lib/ action_controller/routing/segments.rb:6: warning: encoding option is ignored - N => Rails 2.2.2 application started on http://0.0.0.0:3000 => Ctrl-C to shutdown server; call with --help for options [2009-01-29 13:57:32] INFO WEBrick 1.3.1 [2009-01-29 13:57:32] INFO ruby 1.9.1 (2009-01-20) [i686-linux] [2009-01-29 13:57:32] INFO WEBrick::HTTPServer#start: pid=17957 port=3000 ruby: symbol lookup error: /usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.9.1/i686- linux/mysql.so: undefined symbol: rb_thread_stop_timer Figuring I simply forgot to compile in thread support, I went back and recompiled Ruby 1.9 with --enable-pthread, recompiled the mysql extensions and reinstalled everything. Still getting the same error, I decided to grep the Ruby code and found a rb_thread_stop_timer_thread (), but no rb_thread_stop_timer() could be found anywhere in the Ruby code base! So what's the deal? Where does rb_stop_thread_timer() come from? One other thing I would like to mention, I commented out the rb_start_thread_timer() and rb_stop_thread_timer() calls in the mysql.c file and recompiled and reinstalled. To my utter surprise, I had a functioning Rails application hitting a mysql database and returning rendered pages with data! So, regardless of where rb_stop_thread_timer() comes from, is it safe to remove these thread guards from the mysql extension? If not safe, then I'm stuck with either finding the providers for rb_thread_stop_timer() or changing to what may be the new calls, rb_thread_stop_timer_thread(), but I'm no expert with 'C' so can't make a sound judgment call myself. Michael
on 2009-01-29 21:32
on 2009-01-29 22:21
> So what's the deal? Where does rb_stop_thread_timer() come from? I think it's from 1.8 and mysql lib isn't quite 1.9 compat you could try mysqlplus which seems to at least compile on 1.9 -=r http://github.com/oldmoe/mysqlplus/tree/master
on 2009-01-30 02:40
On Jan 29, 3:19 pm, Roger P. <email@example.com> wrote: > > So what's the deal? Where does rb_stop_thread_timer() come from? > > I think it's from 1.8 and mysql lib isn't quite 1.9 compat > you could try mysqlplus which seems to at least compile on 1.9 > -=rhttp://github.com/oldmoe/mysqlplus/tree/master > -- > Posted viahttp://www.ruby-forum.com/. Thanks! That gets me a working mysql connector in a straight IRB session, but I seem to be going down some slippery slope with finding the mysqlplus adapters for Rails...googling around has me trying out the neverblock and eventengine in order to get a "neverblock_mysql" driver. I wasn't able to get Mongrel going on 1.9, but I did get Thin going. However, I just get blank pages all around with a "you have a nil object where you probably didn't expected" emitted on the Thin console. If you know of a blog or some documentation with getting a mysqlplus adapter installed into Rails env, I'd be much obliged.
on 2009-01-30 17:17
> If you know of a blog or some documentation with getting a mysqlplus > adapter installed into Rails env, I'd be much obliged. doing a require 'mysqlplus' at the top of environment.rb should [?] work?
on 2009-01-31 13:50
On Jan 30, 10:14 am, Roger P. <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > If you know of a blog or some documentation with getting a mysqlplus > > adapter installed into Rails env, I'd be much obliged. > > doing a > require 'mysqlplus' > at the top of environment.rb should [?] work? > -- > Posted viahttp://www.ruby-forum.com/. Good gosh. Wish I'd tried that at the outset, but nooo, I had to go the hard way and got into neverblock, eventengine, etc. which actually had some documentation on how to use non-blocking mysql with rails (I'm still working on compiling and configuring all this). But circling back, removing the hacked mysql 2.8 C-bound library and requiring 'mysqlplus' did the trick, an amazingly simple, too! Thanks for your help! Michael