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It has been closed. These two issues seem related in some way. [20 Oct 2009 8:10] William Martin Yep, same problem here, on Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition SP2, running MySQL Administrator version 1.2.17: Access Thanks in advance. [5 Dec 2006 17:10] [ name withheld ] Well, the problem shouldn't be connecting to the server, other DBs work correctly I can access the this particular one There is no way I can repeat this using latest Administrator against both local (in VM) or remote (on physical VM host) 5.0.68PB MySQL server. this contact form

Table (the only one in test database) was created like this: C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.1\bin>mysql -uroot -proot -P3310 test Welcome to the MySQL monitor. MySQL 5.1.30 Community via TCP/IP MySQL Administrator 1.2.15 MySQL Client Version 5.1.11 Windows XP Pro (SP3) 32 bit Accounts affected: all All tables were checked and verified OK. I don't have anything custom(like health charts) setup in MySQL Administrator-- just a basic install, one new user, and one new schema... using MySQL 5.7.16-enterprise-commercial-advanced-log Content reproduced on this site is the property of the respective copyright holders.It is not reviewed in advance by Oracle and does not necessarily represent the opinion of https://bugs.mysql.com/bug.php?id=24825

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Then I click ok, and no info is presented, if I retry to access I get another error with a retry, cancel buttons. it seams to depend on thread_cache_size, changed it to zero, and then MySQL Administrator works again. using MySQL 5.7.16-enterprise-commercial-advanced-log Content reproduced on this site is the property of the respective copyright holders.It is not reviewed in advance by Oracle and does not necessarily represent the opinion of OS: XP Professional with SP 2.

If necessary, you can access the source repository and build the latest available version, including the bug fix. Error message: Exception EAccessViolation in module MySQLQueryBrowser.exe at 000CDD1D Access violation at address 004CDD1D in module 'MySQLQueryBrowswer..exe'. I deinstalled MySQL Query Browser, MySQL Administrator, and MySQL and then reinstalled and my laptop now works without the error. https://bugs.mysql.com/bug.php?id=37930 If it still fails, reopen the bug report and add as much data as possible. [24 Nov 2008 17:03] Tonci Grgin There seems to be a problem with ESX here, as

I see it hasn't been assigned to anyone yet... [3 Jan 2008 0:00] Bugs System No feedback was provided for this bug for over a month, so it is being suspended Then I was able to start Query Browser without this error. I was trying to setup recurring backups but received the error "Cannot create new backup task" when I would try to save my backup project. The exact message is: Access violation at address 004041F6 in module 'MySQLAdministrator.exe'.

If you apply the change first, it applies correctly. http://forums.mysql.com/read.php?34,233457,233457 Windows 2003 Server, SP2 2. Uninstalled and installed 1.2.12 which works fine. I am running Windows Server 2003 MySql Version 5.0.41 MySql Administrator 1.2.12 AMD 64 3500+ 1 Gig Memory I have no other issues it seems, but I am able to recreate

That is what I know. http://ermcenter.com/access-violation/how-to-fix-access-violation-at-address.html If I close the MySQL Administrator, I start to receive the error every time I open it until server restart. using MySQL 5.7.16-enterprise-commercial-advanced-log Content reproduced on this site is the property of the respective copyright holders.It is not reviewed in advance by Oracle and does not necessarily represent the opinion of First I deleted all the files in C:\User\(username)\Application Data\MySQL, but this did not clear up the access violation errors.

If not, please change the status to Won't fix instead :) [27 Apr 2009 11:41] german barbosa Hi I have the same error using Windows 2003 SB, and MySql Server 5.1 I'll attach my.ini. [7 Jul 2008 16:47] Chris Wilson my.ini from serverAttachment: my.ini (application/octet-stream, text), 9.27 KiB.

[9 Jul 2008 12:42] Miguel Solorzano Thank you for the feedback. Please run Task Manager in time when you run MySQL Administrator and provide screenshots of RAM and CPU usage in time of failure. [11 Dec 2007 13:36] Maarten Damen We have http://ermcenter.com/access-violation/access-violation-medisoft.html Deleting files from Application Data\MySQL does not help either.

It is not reviewed in advance by Oracle and does not necessarily represent the opinion of Oracle or any other party. Start Query Browser. [17 Aug 2005 23:43] Tim Sarbin I too am having this problem. I can't reproduce this bug.

Occuring while running the Query Browser on Windows XP Pro, SP2. [1 Oct 2005 23:00] Bugs System No feedback was provided for this bug for over a month, so it is

Login / Register Developer Zone Bugs Home Report a bug Statistics Advanced search Saved searches Tags Bug#24825 Access violation in MySQLAdministrator.exe when trying to view DB schemata Submitted: 5 Dec 2006 A workaround would be to suppress exception shown in TAdminServerInfoForm.GetFormContentAsText and return text which is collected at the moment exception occurs. Contact me for submiting more details if necessary. [5 Dec 2006 16:56] Miguel Solorzano Thank you for the bug report. Reinstalling only makes it work without complaining a single time.

Do you have a server installed done by our Windows installer package with a my.ini file created by it?. If i close the Administrator application and start it again i got: Access violation at address 0042A986 in module 'MySQLAdministrator.exe'. Suggested fix: It looks like someone's doing some pointer arithmetic with a NULL pointer? +8? his comment is here On my system, Vista SP1, it does not report an access violation, it simply reports "out of memory".

Can we get a status update on this? [29 Jul 2009 3:14] Michael Rudge I'm having the same or a very similar issue.