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SQLSTATE  Too many connections
Posted by: Mark Hunkler
Date: August 31, 2011 03:11PM
I keep getting this error on my site and I do not know how to diagnose the problem. The only thing I can do is reset my server and then its ok.
From what i have read searching Google for this problem, you can try changing max connections in my.cnf I went into that file and there was nothing in there about max connections so i added the code I saw and set the connections high. I must not have had the code right though bc it didn't work at all until i removed the code and rebooted again.
What is the correct coding I should try to see if this fixes the problem?
However, our dedicated server does not get that much traffic, maybe 500 a day on a total of 7 sites, so I don't think there is really that many connections simultaneously. From something else I read, I think its more of a problem with connections being left open and then eventually there is "Too Many Connections". However I have no idea how to check this out and see...
I just want to add that we never had this problem until recently, and the only thing that has changed recently was adding a new site that only gets like 5 hits a day so far, and I really don't think it has anything to do with that site but it was the last change and this problem started maybe a week or two later.
I'm running MySQL 5.1.52... I'm wondering if I should upgrade and maybe all my problems will be solved magically lol? But being a newbie, I don't want to mess with anything i don't have to... I read any server software downloaded in a RPM package should be upgraded in a package too?? Like I should upgrade PHP and apache and everything too... I'm in over my head here. lol
Thanks for any advice you guys may have for me.
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