Originally Posted by falko
What's in /etc/mysql/my.cnf?
Hi. Sorry, I can't check any longer because I dumped the slice. If letting it alone after a reboot it would in the span of a day or so, go all the way up the 100% CPU usage. Unless I would set up an automatic reboot, it would be to much work.
The contents of my.cnf would be that of what I would get through the installation process since I've haven't touched it. Maybe the default values of it have recently changed? I dunno...
I will try to run the same installation in a virtual machine, see if I can reproduce the issue in that environment...