MySQL slow queries incident

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A MySQL slow queries incident is when a MySQL server is experiencing slow queries. This can result in degraded performance and responsiveness of the system. It is important to resolve this incident quickly to minimize impact on users.



1. Check the overall CPU and memory usage of the server

2. Check the MySQL process list to identify any long-running queries

3. Check the MySQL slow query log file for any recent entries

4. Check the MySQL configuration file for any misconfigurations

5. Check the disk usage of the server to ensure there is enough space

6. Check the system logs for any relevant errors or warnings

7. Check the network connectivity between the server and client

8. Check the status of the MySQL service

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