Status: Closed (View Workflow)
10.3.7, 10.3.8, 10.3.10, 10.3.18
Ubuntu 14.04 (I used an LXC container), CentOS 6.10 Cloud Image (qemu)
I've installed MariaDB 10.3.7 and initialized with my own configs (from previous setups), set a root user.. etc, then I have executed
/usr/bin/mysql -NAB -u'root' -p'!password$$' -e "RESET MASTER"
And this command seems to be stuck since hours (actually it is almost half a day since now...).
I have attached my mysqld config, logs and the backtrace of mysqld too, it seems to be waiting for a mutex ... possibly dead-lock internally?
Actually there are two issues here:
1) Server gets stuck in executing 'RESET MASTER'
( The GDB backtrace suggests it is waiting for a mutex, possible dead-lock? )
2) Client never times out? how is that?
( I still have this running since yesterday ~15:16 or something like that... )
Unfortunetely mariadb doesn't provide -dbg packages (or i just don't see them) so i couldn't provide better backtrace atm...
- relates to
MDEV-7402 'reset master' hangs, waits for signalled COND_xid_list