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I have installed MySQL 5.3 and I don't know why it's eating all of my resources. These are some screenshots of my memory usage.

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What can I do to diagnose this problem? My Server is having: Ram:2GB, RedHat5/Apache2/PHP5/Mysql5.1

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closed as not a real question by mailq, Ben Pilbrow, Ward, John Gardeniers, jscott Sep 24 '11 at 23:23

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This is waay to broad; we can't answer your question without knowing anything about your software or hardware setup. – Bojangles Sep 24 '11 at 22:10
Wait, you're complaining that the queries are being served from cache?? Please tell me I'm misunderstanding you.... – Ben Pilbrow Sep 24 '11 at 22:20

Download and run the MySQL Tuning Primer script (I think you need to edit some things in the top of the script first).

This is a very useful little script that will analyze your my.cnf configuration file and suggest changes etc.

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