Not from what I've seen with MySQL e.g.All of this, for example, does not happen on other systems, even UNIX, and they don't lead to catastrophic crashes like on FreeBSD
I have a 1.6GB database that adds about 200MB of size every month. I have a 12GB RAM(shared with apache, mysql and os), mysql always uses swap that i need to restart the service once it reached the...
In this blog, I'll look at the impact of swapping on MySQL performance.
We have a 5 DB nodes Galera Cluster in Production (MariaDB 10.0). About a week ago a DB import was performed over an existing DB (Its size 30G) and during this process, all DB...
I am running wordpress on a centOS digital ocean droplet my mysql keeps crashing almost every hour -- with an out of memory error manually restarting mysqld brings it back up via sudo service mysqld
I have MySQL 5.7.27 under Ubuntu 16.04.4, 64 bit, 4GB RAM and SSDs (it's a virtual machine). I am observing resident memory growth in mysqld until no more resources are available and the OS kills /