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Because one never knows how long it will be before one gets a reply, I
sometimes post to newsgroups like this one, while simultaneously posting
to tech-specific lists, and at the same time searching newsgoups/Google
for a solution.

I hope that the next time I do this on this list, that I will not
receive such a harsh response as the one below.

As long as solutions (or where they can be found) are published, we all
benefit...sometimes inadvertantly.  Much of the knowledge I have gained
has been from monitorring list threads that I have returned to at a
later date, when I actually need the info. 

It would be a sad day indeed if someone were not to post, because they
were afraid of being ridiculed, belittled, demeaned, or otherwise told
to go somewhere else.

I hope that ketralnis@softhome.net doesn't think that the answer below
reflects the general sentiment of people on this list--surely, it is not

My 2 cents.


Matthew Lange
email:  infosophist@infosoph.com

-----Original Message-----
From: vox-tech-bounces@lists.lugod.org
[mailto:vox-tech-bounces@lists.lugod.org] On Behalf Of Jeff Newmiller
Sent: Tuesday, June 15, 2004 9:02 AM
To: lugod's technical discussion forum
Subject: Re: [vox-tech] mysql experts?

On Mon, 14 Jun 2004 ketralnis@softhome.net wrote:

> This is a FreeBSD system, but it's standard MySQL (mysql  Ver 12.22
> 4.0.20, for portbld-freebsd5.0 (i386)).

[... details omitted ...]

> Does anyone know what could cause this? It looks to be, for whatever
> writing out status information. But why it would do that, and why it
> take 30% CPU idling is beyong me. Any ideas?

Someone here may have ideas... but you don't seem to have pursued the
logically appropriate avenues for getting help.  In this forum, this
question is a head scratcher... in the correct forum, this is probably a
FAQ.  I, knowing nothing about it, googled "innodb monitor output" and
immediately found the innodb manual page that describes the feature that
generates this output.  I suggest you read that, and if dropping the
table doesn't fix it, ask in the mysql mailing list for more help.

Yes, readers around here often answer diverse questions... but when
are obviously more appropriate places to get answers, please explain
you tried them and why they didn't work when posting here.

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