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From:ars k Date:May 29 2011 5:43pm
Subject:Re: MySQL server has gone away
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Hi Aveek,
I would like to suggest some points here:
You could try increasing the max allowed packets to 128MB. Though you think
16MB is enough, increasing it is not going to affect the server. It is
dynamic value, so you could revert back the changes if you feel so.
Also make sure log_warnings=2 which will give more error messages in error
log.

This is the basic step for this error, if it is not working then we should
check for other options then.

Regards,
Vinodh.k



On Fri, May 27, 2011 at 11:05 AM, Claudio Nanni <claudio.nanni@stripped>wrote:

> 'MySQL server has gone away'
> Can be a network problem,
> Just to increase complexity :)
>  On May 26, 2011 11:03 PM, "Prabhat Kumar" <aim.prabhat@stripped> wrote:
> > I had experience with such type of error, It was due lack of resources
> > available to MySql, max connections exceeds on the server.
> > you can write a simple script which will grab and store output of 'show
> > processlist' every min. and later you cna investigate the issue.
> >
> >
> > On Wed, May 25, 2011 at 3:34 AM, Aveek Misra <aveekm@stripped>
> wrote:
> >
> >> Nothing in the error log or the slow query log that suggests that the
> query
> >> size is too large or us taking too much time to execute.
> >>
> >> Thanks
> >> Aveek
> >>
> >> On May 25, 2011, at 3:53 PM, Rik Wasmus wrote:
> >>
> >> >> failed to execute " SELECT * FROM cluster_info WHERE cluster =
> >> ?":
> >> >> MySQL server has gone away
> >> >>
> >> >> The error "MySQL server has gone away" is the error from the db
> handle.
> >> Can
> >> >> anyone give me any pointers on why that happens? I looked up the
> >> >> documentation in MySQL docs and the most common reason seems to be
> that
> >> it
> >> >> happens if the query size is very large or if there is a timeout.
> None
> >> of
> >> >> them seems to be a probable cause. The "max_allowed_packet" on the
> >> server
> >> >> is 16 MB and as can be seen in the query above, the query is very
> small
> >> >> and nowhere near the size limit. We also have a timeout setting
> >> >> (wait_timeout) of 10 minutes and the above query for us cannot
> possibly
> >> >> take that amount of time. In any case, given the same query, it
> executes
> >> >> correctly 99% of time (so to speak). It fails intermittently with
> the
> >> >> above error. What possibly could be the reason? I also looked at
> the
> max
> >> >> connections on the server at that time (around ~80) and it is much
> less
> >> >> than the limit we have (limit is 1000). How can I extract more
> >> information
> >> >> when this happens? This error message sucks since it does not tell
> me
> >> what
> >> >> exactly happened. The server version is 5.1.45.
> >> >
> >> > Can you access the error log of the server? That can probably shed
> more
> >> light
> >> > on the issue...
> >> > --
> >> > Rik Wasmus
> >> >
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> > --
> > Best Regards,
> >
> > Prabhat Kumar
> > MySQL DBA
> >
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Thread
MySQL server has gone awayAveek Misra25 May
  • Re: MySQL server has gone awayRik Wasmus25 May
    • Re: MySQL server has gone awayAveek Misra25 May
      • Re: MySQL server has gone awayPrabhat Kumar26 May
        • Re: MySQL server has gone awayClaudio Nanni27 May
          • Re: MySQL server has gone awayars k31 May
            • Re: MySQL server has gone awaychandrudba31 May
          • Re: MySQL server has gone awaychandrudba31 May