it is simply not possible that there are 1926 or more
connections to mysqld open, limit in my.cnf is 500
and it does only affect mysqld
otal buffers: 4.6G global + 1.2M per thread (500 max threads)
Highest usage of available connections: 16% (82/500)
Maximum possible memory usage: 5.2G (60% of installed RAM)
the gap is not really closed, only randomly :)
lsof -n| grep '^mysqld' | grep ESTABLISHED | wc -l; netstat -n | grep mysql | grep
VERBUNDEN | wc -l
rkhunter, chkrootkit and unhide are used here since
the very first setup
Am 27.02.2012 13:42, schrieb Johan De Meersman:
> Well, it *did* close the gap by a couple of hundred connections :-)
> I honestly have no idea what could cause this. I wouldn't immediately think of a leak
> in MySQL as those are system tools that *should* check the same location for their stats.
> Most peculiar.
> I seem to remember you running mostly redhat systems, maybe poke their support? Also,
> it may be a bit too panicky, but when system tools report such wildly differing numbers I
> involuntarily start reaching for the rootkit scanners.
> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Reindl Harald" <h.reindl@stripped>
>> To: mysql@stripped
>> Sent: Monday, 27 February, 2012 1:37:26 PM
>> Subject: Re: file descriptor leak?
>> lsof -n| grep '^mysqld' | grep ESTABLISHED | wc -l; netstat -n |
>> grep mysql | grep VERBUNDEN | wc -l
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