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From:BAUMEISTER Alexandre Date:March 29 1999 3:04pm
Subject:Too much connection but...
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Bonjour,

  Mysql,  just  a  few  minutes  ago,  returned  the  error  'Too many
  connections'  on my web pages. Then I logged as root on my DB server
  and I tried to ceck the things with mysqladmin.

  But even if I was root, I was not able to log to Mysql server : 'Too
  many connections'.

  The  only  way I had to recover the server, was to reboot it. Then I
  did a mysqladmin extended-status. It returned me :

  | Max_used_connections     | 134      |

  But my Mysql server is configured to have Max_connections to 256 and
  I took care to set file descriptors numbers to 1024.

  There is no message un the error log about what happened. But what I
  found in the error log is:

mysqld started on  Sun Mar 7 00:27:33 MET 1999
/usr/local/mysql-3.22.16a/libexec/mysqld: ready for connections
mysqld started on  Sun Mar 7 03:13:55 MET 1999
/usr/local/mysql-3.22.16a/libexec/mysqld: ready for connections
mysqld started on  Sat Mar 13 14:11:04 MET 1999
/usr/local/mysql-3.22.16a/libexec/mysqld: ready for connections
mysqld started on  Sat Mar 27 03:44:34 MET 1999
/usr/local/mysql-3.22.16a/libexec/mysqld: ready for connections
mysqld started on  Sat Mar 27 04:07:33 MET 1999
/usr/local/mysql-3.22.16a/libexec/mysqld: ready for connections

  It  seems  that  mysqld crashes often because those 'mysqld started'
  are not due to an action of mine.

  I have Mysql-3.22.16a. Any idea ?

  Yours,
  Alex.


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