Mysql errors in production after upgrading to rails 2

I’m trying to upgrade our production server to rails 2. I’ve already
done this on my dev machine (osx) and it worked fine. But now, with
everything at the same version, but running in production mode, the
production machine - a CentOS5 box - is getting loads of:
ActiveRecord::StatementInvalid (Mysql::Error: Lost connection to MySQL
server during query
errors.

i"ve looked around but not found any valid reason why this should be
happening. the mysql is version 5.0.22. Ruby 1.8.6 rails 2.0.2.

Without solving this I guess we are going back to Rails 1.2.6, but the
real problem is that it is causing my boss and team to question the
entire stability of Rails!

I’ve just set the server to run in development mode and it works a
treat!!! What is up with that?

phil wrote:

I’m trying to upgrade our production server to rails 2. I’ve already
done this on my dev machine (osx) and it worked fine. But now, with
everything at the same version, but running in production mode, the
production machine - a CentOS5 box - is getting loads of:
ActiveRecord::StatementInvalid (Mysql::Error: Lost connection to MySQL
server during query
errors.

i"ve looked around but not found any valid reason why this should be
happening. the mysql is version 5.0.22. Ruby 1.8.6 rails 2.0.2.

Without solving this I guess we are going back to Rails 1.2.6, but the
real problem is that it is causing my boss and team to question the
entire stability of Rails!

I’ve just set the server to run in development mode and it works a
treat!!! What is up with that?

what else have you tried?

you tried running in production mode locally?
you tried “ruby script/console production” on the box?
is this mongrel and apache?
or what?

is it every query?
or just some special long queries?

Correct, I perhaps did not give enough details.
From the console in production mode on that machine it works fine.
It is from the mongrel that it doesn’t. It is essentially every query
from the mongrel, as far as I can tell. Just trying something now, it
is actually failing on occasion, in mongrel, even in development.

I’ve never seen these errors before:
!\ FAILSAFE /!\ Fri May 16 08:22:19 +0200 2008 Status: 500 Internal
Server Error
You have a nil object when you didn’t expect it!
The error occurred while evaluating nil.all_hashes /usr/local/lib/
ruby/gems/1.8/gems/activerecord-2.0.2/lib/active_record/
connection_adapters/mysql_adapter.rb:482:in `select’

And the same query that I get this on:
ActiveRecord::StatementInvalid (Mysql::Error: Lost connection to MySQL
server during query:

I can run from the console.

So it definitely seem to be how mongrel is connecting to mysql. I am
not using the mysql gem (I wasn’t before under 1.2.6 either) I am
connecting with the builtin mysql adaptor.

On May 16, 12:31 am, Matthew R. Jacobs <rails-mailing-l…@andreas-

I get the all_hashes error too! nfi what’s causing it, might fire up my
irc
bot when I get home and try it then.

I think this is more of an ActiveRecord problem, because I was getting
the
same thing when I was using my IRC bot to log channels into a database
through ActiveRecord. It usually happened for no apparent reason, but
every
few mintues it would drop a query, very annoying. Switched over to
sqlite3
which seemed to work fine, but I’m guessing you don’t want to do this.

The only thing I can suggest is changing database servers, perhaps to
postgres?

On Fri, May 16, 2008 at 8:01 AM, Matthew R. Jacobs <
[email protected]> wrote:

i"ve looked around but not found any valid reason why this should be


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On 16 May 2008, at 07:27, phil wrote:

The pure ruby mysql stuff is completely obsolete. Give the gem ago.

Fred

I fixed it by installing the gem using this command:
gem install mysql – --with-mysql-conf=/usr/bin/mysql --with-mysql-
lib=/usr/lib/mysql

Thanks!

On May 16, 11:25 am, Frederick C. [email protected]

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