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From:Walter Heck - OlinData.com Date:August 5 2010 6:47pm
Subject:Re: mysql and oom-killer
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It would be a lot better to make sure your server doesn't turn
OOM-psycho on you. The most common case of this happening is that you
have set the memory-settings in your my.cnf in such a way that it
allows MySQL to use more memory then you have available. Could you
post your my.cnf here by chance?

Walter Heck
Engineer @ Open Query (http://openquery.com)

On Fri, Aug 6, 2010 at 02:43, Евгений Килимчук <ekilimchuk@stripped>
wrote:
> Hello!
>
> I use CentOS 5.4 with LAMP. On the server runs heavy cgi-programs. MySQL use
> 75% (100% = 8GB) of memory. When cgi programs use more than 25% of memory
> and all SWAP file (8GB), kernel run OOM-Kiler wich kill mysqld procces.
>
> I use:
>
> echo "0" > /proc/sys/vm/swappiness - This allows to reduce using of  SWAP.
>
> I want to use:
> echo "-17" > /proc/`pidof mysqld`/oom_adj - This allows save mysqld when run
> oom-killer.
>
> Someone used this option?
>
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mysql and oom-killerЕвгений Килимчук5 Aug
  • Re: mysql and oom-killerWalter Heck - OlinData.com5 Aug
    • Re: mysql and oom-killerЕвгений Килимчук5 Aug
      • Re: mysql and oom-killerЕвгений Килимчук5 Aug
        • Re: mysql and oom-killerJohan De Meersman5 Aug
          • Re: mysql and oom-killerЕвгений Килимчук5 Aug
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