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comment setsockopt EOPNOTSUPP (Operation not supported)
Thanks for the thorough response Jeff. If I had to reputation to mark your answer as correct, I would. Sorry I could not be more specific. I assumed this was some type of response error by MySQL based on what I've found elsewhere: cpanel, cpanel2, cpanel3. I'll take your guys word for it that it is nothing to worry about.
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comment setsockopt EOPNOTSUPP (Operation not supported)
I two reasons to think this: 1) NewRelic is reporting that response times have increased by around ~20ms since the server move. (That big spike is during the move). 2) WHM/Cpanel shows the mysqld process is using 12.1 CPU%, whereas before it was at 7.3%. All of this has happened after a switch to a more powerful server. Before I had 4 Cores @2.4Gz and 4 gig mem. Now its 10 Total Cores (Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5645 @ 2.40GHz) and 8 gig of mem. It makes no sense as to why mysql would be performing worse on a better box with the same code.
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comment setsockopt EOPNOTSUPP (Operation not supported)
I wish that were the case, but all signals point to a problem. Could you explain how the message: "Operation not supported" is nothing to worry about? If you looked at your mysql process, would you also see this message repeating over and over?
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comment setsockopt EOPNOTSUPP (Operation not supported)
@JeffFerland, the my.cnf has just been added. As for your unix socket or IP socket question. I have no idea. :(
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comment Amazon Cloud Services to make configuration and scaling easier
Thanks, helpful. :)
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Ive been checking that out as well, but am unsure as to what route I am going to take. . . I'm not quite sure why I might choose one over the other at this point....
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comment More in depth TOP command?
The reason I made mention of this output is because it usually just shows that litespeed or PHP is causing CPU usage. However, this screenshot shows, not only the fact that its PHP, but its a particular plugin in Wordpress.
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comment Apache httpd processes overwhelming server
Very good info here! Thanks It could be a cron, but I'll closely monitor and see what else I come up with in the logs.
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