Figure it out at 3am this morning while I was sleeping I remembered there
was an rsync on the databases every 10 mins to replicate the files across
I killed the rsync.. and all has been flawless! =)
gotta love the dream world. answers are always there!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Baron Schwartz" <baron@stripped>
To: "Justin" <mysql@stripped>
Sent: Monday, September 03, 2007 4:42 PM
Subject: Re: servers full potential / FT searches locking tables
> Justin wrote:
>> lockup just happened again.. here's a innodb status.
> InnoDB status will be basically useless, as full-text is only applicable
> to MyISAM, and indeed your status output shows only one transaction is
> running (the one running 'show innodb status') and InnoDB has done zero
> work since the server was started (look in the ROW OPERATIONS section).
> So your server isn't using InnoDB for any tables (at least none you've
> queried since starting the server).
> But you're still allocating some memory and other resources to it. If I
> were you I'd put the following in your /etc/my.cnf just to ensure InnoDB
> isn't interfering or complicating anything:
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