C. Ed Felt
edfelt at gmail.com
Fri Aug 5 20:26:01 MDT 2005
Sasha Pachev wrote:
> You got a few system threads (depending on your configuration), after
> that, each thread per connection. Do not worry about them - they share
> most of the resources. When there are really too many, the system will
> let you know - if it does not, sleep while you can :-) But if you are
> using persistent connections, see if that can be changed - all they
> have done for me and the MySQL customers I've worked with in the past
> is sit idle and use up stack space and file descriptors.
> What symptoms of bad performance are you experiencing?
I am getting "too many connections" errors sometimes with my MySQL
intensive apps. I will try turning off persistent connections. What
config changes would you recommend? I assume the correct file is
my.cnf? I have never customized it before. Any advice is appreciated.
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