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From:Jeremy Zawodny Date:July 17 2003 5:00am
Subject:Re: MySQL, FreeBSD, LinuxThreads, and > 950 connections?
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On Wed, Jul 16, 2003 at 10:10:35PM -0500, Dan Nelson wrote:
> 
> I don't know exactly how LT allocates its threads

That, it turns out, is the key piece of info. :-)

We figured it out and are now testing the solution.  If it holds up,
I'll post details soon.

> A possibly more interesting question is:  What is the default thread
> stack size, and where does it get set?  The docs claim the default is
> 64k (although all the example output says 128k).  The source says the
> default is 192k (huge!), but "show variables like 'thread_stack'" on a
> running server prints 64k.

Damn, you're good.  You'd have led right to the solution on your own!

Jeremy
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MySQL, FreeBSD, LinuxThreads, and > 950 connections?Jeremy Zawodny16 Jul
  • Re: MySQL, FreeBSD, LinuxThreads, and > 950 connections?Dan Nelson16 Jul
    • Re: MySQL, FreeBSD, LinuxThreads, and > 950 connections?Jeremy Zawodny16 Jul
      • Re: MySQL, FreeBSD, LinuxThreads, and > 950 connections?Dan Nelson17 Jul
        • Re: MySQL, FreeBSD, LinuxThreads, and > 950 connections?Jeremy Zawodny17 Jul