That sounds right. Here's the process list (scrubbed) and the show engine
innodb status. Notice that all of the SHOW CREATE TABLE aren't for hte same
table, just got cleaned up that way.
We have the defaults for table_definition_cache and table_open_cache (400
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On Mon, Mar 17, 2014 at 5:55 AM, Morgan Tocker <morgan.tocker@stripped>wrote:
> Hi Brad,
> > I'm trying to figure out how InnoDB executes a SHOW CREATE TABLE query
> so I
> > can figure out what could possibly have made them suddenly slow down?
> > mysql> SHOW CREATE TABLE `my_table`;
> > ...
> > 1 row in set (37.48 sec)
> > We tend to execute many of these statements concurrently, but it's never
> > been a problem until recently. I upgraded the IO subsystem, and our
> > statistics indicate that it's not maxing out IO (at least IOPS).
> > This is problematic because the ORM we're using uses that to figure out
> > structure of our DB...
> I am going to guess that it could be contention trying to open the table.
> i.e. when you run into this issue and run SHOW PROCESSLIST, does it show
> any threads waiting in state "Opening tables"?
> (If you can paste a sanitized SHOW PROCESSLIST this helps a lot.)
> - Morgan