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  • Resolved ds123


    Artem please excuse me posting twice but this is extremely urgent as i have to get a production site running on aws …really need your help to get this running

    i have spent a ton of time compiling and installing mysql 5.5.24 …32 bit …. it is running successfully now

    i am getting these errors on the last step Artem can you please help? would i make a difference if i installed 5.5.20 instead of 5.5.24 ?

    mysql> install plugin clouse soname ‘’;
    ERROR 1126 (HY000): Can’t open shared library ‘/usr/local/mysql5/lib/plugin/’ (errno: 13 /usr/local/mysql5/lib/
    plugin/ undefined symbol: my_pthread_fastmutex_init)

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  • Plugin Author Artem Livshits


    Hi ds123,

    The official MySQL binaries from have MY_PTHREAD_FASTMUTEX defined, so our binaries have this defined too. Custom-built binaries may not.

    To build MySQL binaries with the same configuration as the official builds from, you can specify -DBUILD_CONFIG=mysql_release flag to cmake.

    You also can download pre-compiled binaries from, as described in this post (substitute 5.5.20 with 5.5.24 and x86_64 with i686).

    Let us know if this doesn’t work.

    thank you so much for the reply! i have hope now that i can finally get this working

    i am also getting this error any idea on why ?

    ERROR 1126 (HY000): Can’t open shared library ‘/usr/local/mysql/lib/plugin/’ (errno: 13 cannot open shared object file: Permission denied)

    Plugin Author Artem Livshits


    Most likely the account that mysqld is running as doesn’t have permission to execute or Running chmod 755 /usr/local/mysql/lib/plugin/*clouse*.so should fix that.

    Artem got the plugin installed thank you!!!! i may have questions soon but that hurdle is accomplished looking forward to working with your software

    Plugin Author Artem Livshits


    you are welcome! Plz keep me posted about your progress.

    Hi Thank you for your pluging, Currently I am using WP Super Cache and CDN Sync Tool and I would like to know if your plugin would replace them if not are there any conflicts ?

    Thank you Again


    Plugin Author Artem Livshits


    There is bit of an overlap, with respect to uploads handling. If possible try to switch off the uploads-related optimizations in these plugins.

    Please keep in mind that WP2Cloud is not just only about performance. It primarily focuses on transforming WordPress into highly durable, stateless, scalable, backupless, less headaches solution over site’s lifetime. Tight integration with cloud storage brings cloud benefits to all data WordPress deals with – both content & uploads.

    That sounds great and all but if you could be more specific in your installation instructions i think it would help all of us.
    The technology you are making is very helpful, but its just very frustrating when doing something like installing it has to be such of a heartache. Personally i would really like to see more detailed step by step instructions. Preferable a video install guide.
    It doesn’t seem as if you have any competitors (especially none with wp-plugins) so i think if you made the installation process less of a drag then you would have a great plugin on your hands.
    Hope all is well.

    Plugin Author Artem Livshits


    Thank you for feedback. We’re always striving to improve all aspects of the product, including the documentation.

    To make it easier to get started, we’ve created ready-to-run WordPress AMI and Virtual Appliance. The corresponding step-by-step guides are:

    Plugin Author Artem Livshits


    Just added step-by-step guide for WordPress on Google Cloud Storage:

    Plugin Author Artem Livshits


    We just released an installer for ClouSE and the step-by-step guide for it.

    Please try it out. Any feedback is welcome.

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