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From:Raymond Peachey Date:April 15 2013 12:45pm
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Is it possible to actually monitor number of connected clients on your
mysql cluster when you have cluster connection pooling enabled?

For example, in our case we have a MySQL Cluster node with 32 cores, which
we've allocated 30 to use ndb connection pooling. When running a mysqlslap
with a concurrency of, say, 60, I do not see that value show in
threads_connected. Nor, do I see it show processlist.

When I remove the ndb connection pooling, I accurately see the processlist
showing all connected clients. I assume this is because of how the ndb
connection pooling, in essence (correct me if I'm wrong), a mysqld child
process that is used to connect to the cluster, which maybe is retaining
it's own counters?? Is my thinking correct here, or is there a documented,
alternate way of monitoring connected clients when using ndb connection



Threads_connectedRaymond Peachey15 Apr
  • Re: Threads_connectedMagnus BlĂ„udd17 Apr
    • Re: Threads_connectedRaymond Peachey17 Apr