This multiple mysql proccesses are nothing to worry about - these are the
threads that mysql opens to accept incoming connections. You can configure
the maximum number of connections and the mysql memory usage in the
On Wednesday 01 September 2004 02:14, Yannick Warnier wrote:
> Le mar 31/08/2004 à 16:21, Dobromir Velev a écrit :
> > Hi,
> > Make sure that the mysql user have permissions to write into the folder
> > /var/lib/mysql (or whatever your data folder is) .
> Thanks Eric and Dobromir. This was a problem of permissions on
> /var/lib/mysql indeed. Although it did not work immediatly after a
> change, I saw (how awful) that the mysql version was a 3.23 or something
> and replaced by the recommended version 4.
> Now it all works perfectly (although mysqld is now divided in ten
> different processes, but I don't know why and I don't mind as long as it