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From:Dan Nelson Date:November 22 2001 8:33pm
Subject:Re: does each database connect cause mysqld to fork?
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In the last episode (Nov 21), Bennett Haselton said:
> Do you mean processes instead of threads?
> 
> (ps lists each *process* separately, along with its process ID, but
> doesn't list separate threads within each process.  If mysqld handles
> each new connection by calling fork(), then I think fork() creates a
> new process, not a new thread.)

Linux's threads implementation creates a process for each thread. 

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	Dan Nelson
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does each database connect cause mysqld to fork?Bennett Haselton22 Nov
  • Re: does each database connect cause mysqld to fork?Paul DuBois23 Nov
RE: does each database connect cause mysqld to fork?Quentin Bennett22 Nov
  • RE: does each database connect cause mysqld to fork?Bennett Haselton22 Nov
    • Re: does each database connect cause mysqld to fork?Dan Nelson22 Nov