Possible Threading problem with -CURRENT / MySQL?
laursen at netgroup.dk
Tue Jun 15 11:23:28 GMT 2004
Have you had any lockups in MySQL with your setup? We have tried to disable
HTT and hopefully that will solve the problem.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Cedric Tabary" <cedric at carpediem.fr>
To: <freebsd-current at freebsd.org>
Cc: "Lasse Laursen" <laursen at netgroup.dk>; <freebsd-threads at freebsd.org>;
"mike" <mike at mike2k.com>; "Petri Helenius" <pete at he.iki.fi>
Sent: Tuesday, June 15, 2004 1:06 PM
Subject: Re: Possible Threading problem with -CURRENT / MySQL?
> On 14/06/2004 17:43, Robert Watson wrote:
> > On Mon, 14 Jun 2004, Lasse Laursen wrote:
> > > Also on a SMP machine? I think that the problem is somehow related to
> > > SMP machines since the problems started when we moved to a SMP box :(
> > If you haven't already, it would certainly be worth removing SMP from
> > kernel on that box and just running a UP kernel to confirm that it's a
> > problem using SMP. I don't doubt it's the case, but it's worth checking
> > anyway to be sure.
> I have a similar smp config (dell poweredge 2650, dual Xeon 2.8, RAID5)
> I have best performance with linux 2.4.21-smp (not tried 2.6),
> but very poor (5x less) with mysqld using libpthreads on CURRENT.
> mysqld process is always in state 'kserel' or sometimes '*Giant'
> http://grumly.eu.org/~ced/CED-SMP.txt (no invariants, no witness)
> mysqld with linuxthreads seems to work better ...
> and even better with libc_r (but using only 1 cpu)
> Everything with HTT disabled in bios. Enabling HTT gives even worst
> performance :/
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