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MySQL eventually brings system to a halt

Hi all,

a site I run has been getting busier during peak hours and I've
noticed at times the mysql server will bring the entire server to a

I have tweaked the mysql server settings and my application so that
the database is running smooth and fast and for 95% of the time,
queries come back fast, the server doesn't get loaded badly (even
during peak hours).

At some point (I'm guessing when a big/slow query runs), the queries
start to build up - queries that ran fast before now take longer and
subsequent queries take even longer until the mysql server is maxed
and the entire server is running extremely slow.

A restart of apache or mysql will clear the lagging query and
everything is back to running smooth again. I have slow queries being
logged however *every query* is logged once the server starts to

Is there any way I can ensure no 1 query/thread will hog the system
resources? I would prefer 1 user be told mysql has broken than 100

I'm running MySQL 4.0.18 off a VPS on Fedora Core Rel 1 (apache 2.0.48
using php 4.3.4).


Jul 20 '05 #1
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