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From:Sasha Pachev Date:June 22 1999 10:52am
Subject:Re: Can't connect and sockets
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Geoffrey Crawshaw wrote:
> 
> Hi,
> 
> I have the following configuration on my data server .. Redhat 6.0 and
> MySQL 3.22.22. I use a socket connection to connect from a web server
> to the data server. Occasionally I get a "Can't connect to MySQL
> server on .." error on the web server. The data server is still running
> and typically if you try it again the connection works.

Which socket, TCP or Unix?

> 
> My first thought .. is there a limit to the number of simultaneous
> socket connections MySQL can accept. Any other configuration/debugging
> idea's? Thanks.
> 

This can be improved by increasing your back_log and max_connections
values in mysqld.



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Can't connect and socketsGeoffrey Crawshaw22 Jun
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