I would check to see what chron is doing every 10 minutes.
Ivan Lamouret wrote:
> safe_myqld keeps restarting the server until it eventually dies (number of running
> process 0).
> This is true when the server is ran as a daemon and from the shell !!
> using --skip-grant-table does not help
> just leaving safe-mysqld running (without any query or even connection to the
> I get the following message in the error log,
> >>Number of processes running now: 1
> >>mysqld process hanging, pid 2483 - killed
> >>010329 15:10:05 mysqld restarted
> >>/usr/local/mysql/bin/mysqld: ready for connections
> Note that it is always exactly 10, 20, 30, etc, past the hour ...
> By the way, during the interval between restarts, the server works fine.
> On standard error there is also
> >> ./bin/safe_mysqld: line 255: 2480 Segmentation fault $NOHUP_NICENESS
> $ledir/$MYSQLD $defaults --basedir=$MY_BASEDIR_VERSION --datadir=$DATADIR $USER_OPTION
> --pid-file=$pid_file --skip-locking >> $err_log 2>&1
> I have seen a couple of emails in the general discussion mailing list
> from people with Pbs similar to mines, but I can not get any help from the answers
> - safe_mysqld & causing a loop of crashes (Sept 99)
> Running a RH binary distrib on a Slackware, and the advice was to use
> a src distrib
> - mysqld got signal 11 every 10 minutes (Feb 2001)
> using a src distrib on a Suse and the advice was to try the exact same
> binary distrib I am using!
> also Subject: mysql bug report.
> From: Roy F. Cabaniss
> Date: Fri, 16 Jul 1999 14:02:46 -0500
> <quote>The only way to recover was to do a fresh install of the entire
> linux on a
> freshly formatted hard drive (bummer). </quote>
> also Subject: SegFault when starting safe_mysqld or mysqld
> From: beber.BlackDoor
> Date: Thu, 10 Aug 2000 18:54:51 +0200
> also Subject: Server error: Segmentation fault
> From: Andres Valenciano
> Date: Thu, 01 Feb 2001 15:20:04 -0600
> also Subject:ct: Help with a seg fault
> From: Boulat Khakimov
> Date: Mon, 26 Feb 2001 17:27:10 -0500
> I think the Pb might come from the safe-mysqld script :
> the loop is obviously there, but I do not understand it very well.
> Why does the script detects only one mysqld process, while doing ps aux gives 3 ?
> Is it possible that the script wrongly think mysqld hangs, because it fails on
> the $NOHUP_NICENESS or something...
> Thanks for your help
> Nothing to do, just wait 10 minutes and see it happen.
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