I have a set-up in AWS (t2.small) running a couple of Wordpress sites, I see increseanly amount of mysqld processes for no reason, the wordpress sites are very low trafic, if any, so there should not be a reason for this consumption. Any ideas ?
Ubuntu 16 installed from “script installer”
Thanks in advanced.
No idea ? this is crazy, several set-ups, same issue ( all same settings ubuntu 16 AWS or a VM on a dedicated server)
please, what does Virtualmin have to do with “mysqld processes” ?
Of course, you may have a high
wait_timeout on the .cnf and so the connections, even if idle, keep opened for a long time and also you need to check your
to be related to what you really need…
that’s it, no Virtualmin matter here
*** If you’re using CentOS 7, MySQL was replaced by MariaDB. In fact most distros did the same things in their latest releases. ***
If you have MariaDB installed, you should be able to find the log file at:
*** If it’s not there, the location should be listed in /etc/my.cnf ***
Hopefully the log will tell you a little more about what’s going on.