We have a network of 2 servers: one application server that makes SQL requests to an SQL server. Periodically, for reasons unknown, the SQL server locks out the user that is trying to run SQL queries (takes away all permissions to that user) and causes the application server to be very slow and then lock up. We must run mysql commands like "flush privilages;" (see screen shot) to re-allow the SQL user to access the database. When the problem is happening, the number of "unauthenticated users" goes very high in the "show processlist;" command ([url removed, login to view]). After running flush privilages; and restarting mysqld, the problem goes away ([url removed, login to view]) We use mysql 5.0.77-log Your job is to connect to our system remotely via TeamViewer and ssh and try to find the cause of the problem and suggest a solution, or setup some log so we can see the cause of the problem the next time it happens.
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