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Why do processes sleep when doing show processlist

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Hello,

When querying "SHOW PROCESSLIST" we always have some processes sleeping for 400-600 seconds. What can possible couse that? We are using MySQL 4.1 mixed MyISAM and InnoDB environment.

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Sleeping

The thread is waiting for the client to send a new statement to it.

From http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/show-processlist.html
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Basically, you have a client connection that has been opened and not yet closed, but has not submitted a query or statement in the past 400-600 seconds.
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