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how to estimate the real mysql memory consumption?
Posted by: Juan Gallego ()
Date: September 24, 2010 06:54AM

Hi,

Actually i am working in a project in which i have to take stats about mysql memory and cpu consumption.

I am really interested in memory consumption and the easy way is using linux commands but i donĀ“t know if that value is real.

i have found some scripts in which the make a calculation using the mysql system variables but always the result is that memory is overallocated.

what is the best way to have a real value?

thanks for the advice.

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