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Checking /proc/pid/numa_maps can be dangerous for mysql client connections
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I’ve blogged before about the way to use numactl to start up mysqld, and thus to try to better spread the memory usage on larger memory servers. This came from an article by Jeremy Cole and is fine. I recently had some issues with mysqld seeming to run out of memory on a box which appeared to have plenty free, so it seemed like a good idea to adapt a minutely collector script I run to include the numa_maps output so that I could see if the failed memory was related to this. So far so good.

Many of the clients that connect to the database servers I manage have a very short connect timeout, typically 2 seconds. In a normal network and under

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