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I don't quite understand your intention when you say clean mysql process. Do you mean to restart mysql daemon entirely? Or something like killing all the mysql's current processes so that process list shows blank?

Either way, the answer to that is ideally: never.

Killing processes within mysql is not an intensive process. But restarting mysql is intensive.

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