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    Default Mysql error?

    Just read that you guys are upgrading the mysql servers. Is this why my site is saying it can't connect to the database? Or should i start looking at my config files?
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    If your app uses MySQL then yes, that's why it's down. It will be back online in just couple minutes.
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    Thanks for the reply roma. Its up and running just fine now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crzyone9584 View Post
    Thanks for the reply roma. Its up and running just fine now.
    No problem. I believe the migration was not completed yet, but postponed. Hope it works out well soon.
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    So how much longer till the US My Sql server is back up?
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    It is nearly completed. Unfortunately the MySQL migration application has it some bumps that have slowed it a bit, and some extremely large databases. It is moving along very well and has ~11k tables left to dump which is the longest part, the importing process takes no time at all as the server is local to the utility and MySQL v5.5 is a lot faster than previous version.
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    Will the IP still be the same or will i have to go through all my files and change the ip?
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    IP will be the same. The US datacenter allows us to move IP addresses between servers.
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    Thats good. Then I'll just wait till its completed.
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