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MySql Eating up ram/swap

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by FluKex, Jun 9, 2006.

  1. FluKex

    FluKex Registered

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    I have noticed that since cpanel did a mysql update in which nptl based systems using mysql 4.0 created a compatability issue that, every day or 2, my ram+swap gets filled up to the max.

    i have created an addon 1gb swap file, this morning i logged into the server and my 640MB of ram as well as my enter 2gb of swap was 100% full.

    In order to clean it up, i did a service mysql restart.

    This has been happening ever since the nptl message popped up in whm. Most times, if i dont catch the 100% usage, the linux kernel oom-killer process goes out and ends up killing httpd and mysql as well as other random processes as designed.

    My question is.. what did cpanel change software-wise to create this mysql mem leak that seems to have been formed, and is anyone else having this issue?

    I have another friend that is experiencing the exact same issue which running on fedora core 4.

    let me know, thanks.
     
  2. AndyReed

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    What is your current version of MySQL? The problem is definitely not MySQL. It might be a bad/insecure Php/cgi script that loops indefinitely causing this problem.
     
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