Patrick Hurley wrote:
> On 4/14/06, Bryan Duxbury <bryan.duxbury / gmail.com> wrote:
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> Mongrel is great, but this problem sounds like a mysql driver issue
> more than web brick. Is it possible to get a stack trace (OS not Ruby)
> when it segfaults? My guess is that the build of the binary mysql
> driver does not match the build of the ruby binary (difference in
> compiler version, etc). You could try building everything yourself or
> try grabbing a complete set like instant rails.
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> pth

How would I go about getting an OS stack trace? Do you have any 
experience doing that on Windows?

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