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From:Daniel Baughman Date:September 15 2003 3:43pm
Subject:Re: Querys Dropped/Connections Lost
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I don't seem to have a my.cnf file.  Maybe I should create one.

Dan


>Can you send you're my.cnf options in /etc? You might have wait-timeout
>set.

- Dathan Vance Pattishall
  - Sr. Programmer and mySQL DBA for FriendFinder Inc.
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-->-----Original Message-----
-->From: Daniel Baughman [mailto:webspace@stripped]
-->Sent: Friday, September 12, 2003 4:21 PM
-->To: mysql@stripped
-->Subject: Querys Dropped/Connections Lost
-->
-->I have a mysql server running on a dual processor pentium 233 (a real
-->power
-->house :) ).  And I have serveral php web sites that access it
locally.
-->One
-->of about 15 reads results in the following error being generated:
-->
-->
-->Error
-->
-->MySQL said:
-->
-->Lost connection to MySQL server during query
-->
-->
-->Anyone got a fix or have heard of that before?
-->
-->
-->Daniel Baughman
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Querys Dropped/Connections LostDaniel Baughman13 Sep
  • RE: Querys Dropped/Connections LostDathan Vance Pattishall13 Sep
    • Re: Querys Dropped/Connections LostDaniel Baughman15 Sep
  • Re: Querys Dropped/Connections LostVictoria Reznichenko17 Sep