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  • If you're logged on as root, you can find mysqld by issuing the following command: find/­name mysqld ­print Technical Stuff The name mysqld stands for "mysql daemon."

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  • Also note that some distributions ship an additional mysqld binary called mysqld-akonadi which has AppArmor set up correctly.

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  • All you need is having the 'mysqld' binary installed at runtime (usually found in the mysql-server package of your distribution).

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  • I get the following when running "mysqld" as root:

  • Can't tell you how excited I am to see "mysqld" in my process monitor after six years of trying!

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  • When monitoring probes for a multi-threaded application, such as mysqld, it is essential that each thread (and its variables) is treated as such.

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  • We shall see demonstrations of both these mechanisms as we start using DTrace with the MySQL server, or specifically 'mysqld'.

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  • Contents include:SQL statements, with the clauses of the more complicated statements broken into groups of related functionality for easier readingFunctions provided by MySQLArguments and configuration options for the mysqld serverArguments for the terminal client and a number of MySQL-related utilities, both within and outside the core distributionAPI functions for Perl, PHP, and CMySQL at

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  • To confirm that MySQL is running, enter the following command and verify that there are some active processes named mysqld: ps - ef | grep mysqld

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