To see the current maximum allowed connections (
max_connections) in a running MySQL instance, you can connect to the MySQL server and execute the following SQL query:
SHOW VARIABLES LIKE 'max_connections';
You can use a MySQL client like the
mysql command-line tool to execute the query. Open a terminal on your Ubuntu server and run the following command:
mysql -u username -p -e "SHOW VARIABLES LIKE 'max_connections';"
username with your MySQL username. You will be prompted to enter your MySQL password.
The command will display the current value of the
max_connections variable in the MySQL server configuration. It will show the maximum number of concurrent connections allowed by the server.
Note that if you don’t have the
mysql command-line tool installed, you may need to install it first. You can do so using the following command:
sudo apt-get install mysql-client
Once you have the
mysql client installed, you can execute the query to retrieve the current value of