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why would you want to delete a sleeping thread? mysql creates threads for connection requests, and when the client disconnects the thread is put back into the cache and waits for another connection.

this reduces a lot of overhead of creating threads 'on-demand', and it's nothing to worry about. a sleeping thread uses about 256k of memory.

By Ankit Suhail on October 8 2022

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