[CentOS] CentOS 4 with MySQL 4.1

Fri Apr 1 18:53:38 UTC 2005
Michael Weisman <mike at theaddoctors.com>

Some more information would be very helpful.

My first questions are:
have you looked at what else might be happening on the server?
was this a remote access situation where the problem could be on the network 
Were there any other processes that may have been eating up all your CPU?

I have mysql 4.1.7 running without a problem, with a very large database. I 
also have the perl-DBD-mySQL module, etc.

I'm happy to help any way I can.


Michael Weisman
"chaos is merely a function of the granularity of the sample"

On Friday 01 April 2005 12:55, Chris Hammond wrote:
> Greetings all!
> I have built a new server with MySQL and have noticed that before even
> doing anything
> to it I found that the MySQL logins were much slower than the 4.0 server
> I used prior to it.
> After moving data over to it, the application, (JFFNMS) when it would
> login to it would take
> forever getting data from it.  It would finally get to a point where
> MySQL would not respond
> to anything including MySQLAdministrator.  So I removed the 4.1 version
> that came with
> CentOS 4, I downloaded and installed the latest 4.0 version from the
> MySQL website and
> installed it and it is very fast even after moving the data to it.  The
> problem I have is that I
> need php-mysql and perl-DBD-MySQL and when I install these two rpms, it
> removes the
> MySQL-server and MySQL-client rpm's that I retrieved from the MySQL
> website.  So
> I am at a loss of what to do.  I would prefere to go with MySQL 4.1 just
> because that is what
> comes with CentOS 4, short of that I need php-mysql to work with 4.0.
> Databases and
> custome building of RPM's is beyond my capabilities.
> Any assistance will be GREATLY appreciated.
> Thanks
> Chris
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