I have been using Mysql on both Solaris and linux for a while
now. Not until today was I brought to aware that
there seems to be slight difference between mysqld on
the 2 platform as far as processes goes.
On Linux, there seems to be always 3 processes running for a single
mysql instance. There will only be one on Solaris.
Is mysqld becomes multi-process when it runs on linux?
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