# ps -axH | grep mysql
and now I can see all theads.
I was worry about mysql is not using both CPU, but it is.
I made a test running stress queries:
with 1 coneccion I got 75% idle processor,
2 coneccion I got 50% idle processor,
3 coneccion I got 25% idle processor
Gleb Paharenko wrote:
> Try -m command line option to see all threads.
>>Paul Chinen - NB <paulch@stripped> wrote:
>>I just installed MySQL-server-4.0.23-0.x86_64.rpm on Dual Xeon 3.2 64
>>bit 8G of RAM with Fedora3 x86_64. I noticed (doing a ps ax|grep mysql)
>>that there is only one mysqld process running. Is this normal?