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From:Paul DuBois Date:May 19 1999 12:33am
Subject:Re: Understanding Table Locking
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At 7:19 PM -0500 5/18/1999, Erik E Rantapaa wrote:
>I also was wondering if someone knew more of these details.
>Was there (or is there still) a bug with fcntl locking under Linux?
>Or, is it just a problem in an NFS environment?
>Also -- does anyone know why under Linux mysqld spawns off a chain
>of 3 mysqld processes?  (this is on a 2.0.36 machine).  It's just
>something I've noticed that seems a little odd.

They're really three threads of the server.  They show up under ps
in Linux as separate processes.  This is in the manual.

Paul DuBois, paul@stripped
Northern League Chronicles:
Understanding Table LockingJay Miller18 May
  • Re: Understanding Table LockingChristian Mack18 May
    • Re: Understanding Table Lockingunknown18 May
      • Re: Understanding Table LockingErik E Rantapaa19 May
        • Re: Understanding Table LockingPaul DuBois19 May
      • Re: Understanding Table LockingMichael Widenius24 May