MySQL : Frequent restarts – chasing the OOM Killer

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Published on : July 20, 2014 by

MySQL : Frequent restarts – chasing the OOM Killer

This was one of the rare issues I encountered. The MySQL server on one of the client’s server was getting restarted quite frequently at random intervals. The server logs were quite identical with a forced process termination and the server recovered itself in the majority of the cases. This is quite different from a crash/FS error […]

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Load : an overview

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Published on : July 19, 2014 by

Load : an overview

Server load monitoring is important for better and stable performance of a server, let us see what is meant by Load and how it can be measured, Load It is the most useful parameter to identify a server resource bottle necks. Let us look into the ways to identify and interpret it. Load output gives […]

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MySQL (InnoDB) server recovery

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Published on : July 18, 2014 by

MySQL (InnoDB) server recovery

InnoDB server rarely crashes. In majority of the cases, the corruption in the db can be fixed by repairing the table alone. Here we are discussing a severe table space corruption in ibdata1, ib_logfile0,ib_logfile1  files and the server fails to start even after multiple attempts. I shall try to explain the issue in view of […]

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Dedicated admins from US $400 per month

Published on : April 24, 2013 by

Dedicated admins from US $400 per month

Select and Build your own team from the dependable talent pool of SupportSages. The tag supportsages assures the following attributes to each admin you choose Supportsages Guarantee Certified Graduate Engineers Successful completion of targeted and focused training Good command over English Ethical and Transparent support Guaranteed 30 min Response Time No “canned” Responses No staff […]

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Whois: The best explanation ever – multiple expiration dates

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Published on : November 29, 2012 by

Whois: The best explanation ever – multiple expiration dates

While checking a site nonavailability issue, I came across multiple expiration dates for the domain, when checked through WHOIS. The top portion of the result showed an expiration date which is one year ahead of the expiration date shown in the lower part of the same result. This amused me a lot and inspired me […]

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