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    Default MySql connection issue



    i am getting Can't connect to MySQL server error on half of the request and half of request are able to connect successfully.</p>

    it means MySQL is not down but looks like heavily loaded so not able to handle all request.
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    is anyone else have such issue?</p>

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    Default Re: MySql connection issue

    please have some temporary solution till you setup new MySQL box, my sites are not in operable conditions till that time.

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    Default Re: MySql connection issue



    I getting almost same problem...

    mysql connection is lost, it happen a lot


    I am running mediawiki (PHP) and it MySQL connection error page is shown a lot of time

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    Default Re: MySql connection issue

    I&#39;m having the same issue after exporting MSSQL to MySQL. It&#39;s giving me
    headaches. And now i have to go back to square 1. Please support, do something about it.

    FYI: Some of the MySQL queries were successful. but when it comes to more complex SQLs like DATE_FORMAT() function
    It always throws me out of connection. This is very fustrating.


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    Default Re: MySql connection issue

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