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Thread: mysqlup problem

  1. #1
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    mysqlup problem

    Frequently (more like daily), my server's load will shoot-up to more than 100 and
    it will become extremely slow for a period of time.

    I went in to ssh and do a 'top'
    i noticed that there is a command 'mysqlup' everytime this problem occurs.

    I believed it is upgrading the mysql, but it can't possibly doing it everyday.

    Any ideas ?


    Thank's

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    just disable automatic updates in whm and also kill all above processes...
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    Hm, why would mysqlup cause high load? Don't happen to any of our servers. There must be something wrong.

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    If you are running centos 4 / rhel 4 the selinux garbage will increase load for a while while it rebuilds a file database
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    to check if mysql is really using the laod type the following command in shell

    mysqladmin -i2 processlist status

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