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From:Paul DuBois Date:July 27 2002 12:44am
Subject:Re: max_connections recovery
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At 11:17 -0700 7/26/02, Troy Hakala wrote:
>ok, i turns out I have lots of sleeping connections. This is because 
>I'm using PHP's mysql_pconnect which opens persistent connections so 
>the next connect (on the same process) will reuse the connection. 
>this does appear to improve performance overall, which is good. but 
>it seems to leave lots of sleeping processes on the SQL server.
>so my question is this: do sleeping connections ever get reused by 
>MySQL? or do they just timeout eventually and waste resources while 
>they're sleeping?

Are those different questions? :-)

Yes, they get reused -- when they timeout and the server closes them, freeing
a connection slot.

Use mysql_connect() instead.

max_connections recoveryTroy Hakala25 Jul
  • Re: max_connections recoveryGeorg Richter25 Jul
    • Re: max_connections recoveryTroy Hakala26 Jul
  • Re: max_connections recoveryDicky Wahyu Purnomo26 Jul
    • Re: max_connections recoveryTroy Hakala26 Jul
      • Re: max_connections recoveryPaul DuBois27 Jul
      • Re: max_connections recoveryDicky Wahyu Purnomo27 Jul