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Re: Server going away after a few seconds
Posted by: David Wright
Date: April 10, 2016 12:21PM

Peter Brawley Wrote:
> > the other website I maintain on Hostmonster is
> extremely fast

> No round trips there, but running WB against a
> remote web-based shared-access DB via your ISP
> imposes bottlenecks, and each transaction requires
> round trips that are unnecessary when browsing a
> webpage.
I am not talking about website access, but accessing the database which
I use to create many of the website pages. I create scripts intermixing HTML code
with database fields, download those and use the downloaded files to create the website pages. The only back and forth is when I am actually updating the database

The back and forth updating my (American Red Cross Overseas Assn.) database is what I am referring to in describing the difference between in speeds
between it and my, also with the dropping the server issue, which only happens with the JBH database.

The work-a-round I mentioned earlier works only to a limited degree. I am able to update 5 or 6 records, before the 'Server Goes Away', and I have to re-do the whole process of loading schemas and tables again.

I used to have this particular database running under Mysql and with WB, but I
have not been able to get it started again. Apparently, the root password got set
somehow and I have not been able to do anything about it.
I found documentation that said to stop the mysql server and restart it
using mysqld_safe --skip-grant-tables, but there is no mysqld_save program.

I want to try re-installing mysql completely, but I am not sure what to do about the 11 mysql programs running. Do I delete only WB or all of the others?

I checked with hostmonster and they do not allow WB to run on their server, so that's not an option, and as I said, myPhpAdmin sucks. However, if all else fails, that's what I will have to do, but it's really time consuming compared with WB.


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