> Top doesn't show *all* processes.  It shows the processes using the most
> cpu
> (by default.  You can also display by io.)  So, if mysqld isn't using a
> lot of
> cpu, it's not going to show up in the list.  You might be able to force it
> to
> show up by giving top a number (of processes you want to see) that
> includes
> enough that mysqld will show up.

Thank you Paul! Yes, I know that. Prior to upgrade mysql was always on top
as it used most time. And I can see it now when it is active but it is
quite strange that it does not get displayed when the system is idle. Not
even when I do top -o time.


Zbigniew Szalbot

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