I'm experiencing some problems with my LAMP server. Recently everything became very slow, even though visitor count on my websites didn't change to much. When I run
top command, it says that MySQL process has taken over 150-200% of CPU. How's that possible, I always thought that 100% is a maximum?
I'm running Ubuntu 9.04 server edition with 1,5 GB RAM.
key_buffer = 64M max_allowed_packet = 16M thread_stack = 192K thread_cache_size = 8 myisam-recover = BACKUP max_connections = 200 table_cache = 512 table_definition_cache = 512 thread_concurrency = 2 read_buffer_size = 1M sort_buffer_size = 4M join_buffer_size = 1M query_cache_limit = 1M # the maximum size of individual query results query_cache_size = 128M
Here is the output of MySQLTuner:
What could be the cause of this problem? Can I make changes to my
my.cnf to prevent server from hanging?