I hope I am not asking dumb questions
but please consider the following:
1) Do you mysql_close every connection when rendering a page ?
2) Have you ever tried mysql_pconnect (which does not require doing a mysql_close to any
persistent connection) ?
3) Do you have interactive_timeout set (in seconds) in my.ini (default is 28800 [8 hours])
4) Do you have 'max_user_connections' set to zero (default anyway) in my.ini ?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Chris Boot" <bootc@stripped>
Sent: Friday, March 2, 2007 1:34:40 PM (GMT-0500) Auto-Detected
Subject: Heavily-loaded MySQL: Resource temporarily unavavailable?
I'm running a loaded MySQL server and every so often MySQL seems to refuse
connections in batches, which manifests itself as the following errors in PHP:
mysql_connect() [<a href='function.mysql-connect'>function.mysql-connect</a>]:
Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock'
(11) [path to file] on line [x]
I've got a carefully tuned my.ini and Apache configuration, which can
theoretically process 400 connections at a time and this works most of the time.
MySQL is set to accept 600 simultaneous connections though this is never reached
(according to phpMyAdmin's stats anyway). I've upped the open files limit on
MySQL and Apache (PHP runs as a module).
At this stage I'm completely out of ideas as to what I can do to fix my problem.
Any ideas? What extra information can I provide that could help?
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