[Bug 621509] Re: mysqld randomly causes system to not respond to commands

Clint Byrum clint at fewbar.com
Wed Sep 22 18:05:10 BST 2010

Luke, thanks for keeping us up to date!

While your configuration is a little bit weird, it still sounds like
there may be a legitimate bug in mysql, as it should not be able to
cause such a huge problem for the system.

That said, I would suspect that cacti needs to *not* run two of its
collectors at a time, and you may be running into some kind of deadlock
where one cacti thread is waiting for a lock that the other one has
while waiting for a lock that another has that is waiting for the first.

Beacause of the introduction of spine, and the lack of ability to
reproduce it reliably, I'm going to go ahead and close this as Invalid.
Please do open a new bug if you continue to have issues on 10.04, and
good luck with your migration!

** Changed in: mysql-5.1 (Ubuntu)
       Status: Incomplete => Invalid

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