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From:mos Date:May 10 2007 2:58pm
Subject:Re: Mysterious 'Lost connection' errors
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At 06:03 AM 5/10/2007, you wrote:
>reading
>     authorization packet

If you do a google search:
http://www.google.ca/search?q=lost+mysql+connection+%22reading+authorization+packet%22&hl=en&start=90&sa=N

you'll find about a hundred web sites encountering the exact same error. 
Ironically these errors were caught by the google indexing engine when the 
site failed to display the HTML page, so it got the error message instead. 
If you click on the link today, the error of course is gone. But if you 
click on the cache link, you'll see the same error message as it occurred 
(frozen in time as it were).

Maybe the problem is with the hardware, like your network card 
disconnecting from the MySQL server machine? Or TCP/IP?

Mike 
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Mysterious 'Lost connection' errorsJon Ribbens9 May
  • Re: Mysterious 'Lost connection' errorsMichael Dykman9 May
    • Re: Mysterious 'Lost connection' errorsJon Ribbens9 May
      • Re: Mysterious 'Lost connection' errorsMichael Dykman9 May
        • Re: Mysterious 'Lost connection' errorsmos9 May
        • Re: Mysterious 'Lost connection' errorsJon Ribbens9 May
  • Re: Mysterious 'Lost connection' errorsMathieu Bruneau10 May
    • Re: Mysterious 'Lost connection' errorsJon Ribbens10 May
      • Re: Mysterious 'Lost connection' errorsJon Ribbens10 May
        • Re: Mysterious 'Lost connection' errorsmos10 May
          • Re: Mysterious 'Lost connection' errorsJon Ribbens10 May
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