aborted connects
Posted by: Christian Molecki
Date: September 12, 2016 01:21AM

Hello everyone,

on a MySQL 5.6.31 server, I have a static growth of the aborted connects status variable. In about 24h the server has 1220 aborted connects.

The MySQL reference manual describes this status variables as follows:
"The number of failed attempts to connect to the MySQL server. See Section B.5.2.11, “Communication Errors and Aborted Connections”.
For additional connection-related information, check the Connection_errors_xxx status variables and the host_cache table."

So I check the connection_errors variables and all six of them are zero.
Additional the host_cache table is empty.

How can I find out, what connection/user causes the growth of aborted connects?
Is there a table with user - connecs - errors or somethoung like that?

Best Regards

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