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aborted connections
Posted by: Scott Richardson
Date: April 27, 2005 02:09PM

i keep getting a string of aborted connection.....(got an error reading communications packet) from the mysql file.

any suggestions concerning preventing or additional troubleshooting for these aborted connections would be appreciated. i believe they are caused by clients hitting the database where throughput is really poor due to the quality of their connection.

was wondering if there are any parameters or database changes i could make to give the connections more time to succeed in these type situations. (or other thoughts).

currently using myisam storage engine, looking at switching to innodb storage engine.

net_read_timeout = 30
net_retry_count = 10
net_write_timeout = 120

max_connections = 500
max_connect_errors = 20

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