On Tuesday 11 June 2002 09.26, Alexander V Zubchenko wrote:
> On Tue, 11 Jun 2002, Leo De Geer wrote:
> > On Tuesday 11 June 2002 08.49, Dicky Wahyu Purnomo wrote:
> > > On Tue, 11 Jun 2002 08:36:55 +0200
> > >
> > > Leo De Geer <leo@stripped> wrote:
> > > > im not abel to get mysql to use more then one thread on my freebsd
> > > > 4.5-stable any one having a klue that wrong?????
> > >
> > > from what method / tools, you get this information ?
> Good question.
> > > try mysqladmin -p status
> > yast by putting load to it. and by using the top.
> > then i get al the load on the master pid
> Sorry, but, afaic, You don't understand what threads are. Thread is
> subprogram, which is executed simultaneously with main program (main
> thread) in _same_ process. PID is process parameter and additional
> threads don't create additional PID's. Multithreading,
> in fact, allow You to not create additional processes (which is
> resource-consuming task), but do parallel computations inside _one_
> process. So master pid _must_ take all load, if it act as
> multithreaded program.
> With respect,
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but in my case its not good to have it that way im having one dedikated dual
server for the sql and now im yust using one cpu for the sql questions. i
nead it to start sub conections to the sql to serv all my conections good.
MVH C. Leo De Geer