Too many concurrent mysql connections

Charisma posted 21st of January 2009 in Community Voice. 6 comments.

Hi guys,

I just recieved a few hundred emails wiith the following error on all of them:
Database error in Charisma Models
Mysql error: User charisma601final already has more than 'max_user_connections' active connections

You need to close the mysql concurrent connection in your script. Please contact with your script writer/programmer about it. We do unfortunately not provide such code as this is out of our service area

 

Just wondering if there is a piece of code I can insert or something that you know of that will help me safely close the current concurrent connections for each visitor after the page has queried the items?

 

Many thanks

Cheers,
Colin

 

 

 
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TxBoxer
Try this:

in your "inc" directory find the file db.inc.php. In that file find the line that reads:

$this->link = @mysql_pconnect( $this->host . $this->port . $this->sock, $this->user, $this->passwd );

and change it to:

$this->link = @mysql_connect( $this->host . $this->port . $this->sock, $this->user, $this->passwd );

Taking out the "p" from mysql_pconnect makes it a single connect instead of a persistant connection.
Charisma
Wow, awesome thankyou,
I will give this a try :)
Charisma
Pretty sure this has fixed the problem as my site has just become a whole lost faster :)
annabel
I had the same problem and edited line 66 as described by TxBoxer.

But why did they put pconnect in the script if it's causing problems ? I don't really understand the use of this.
flashdaweb
here is more about our problem and fix for that

http://www.flashdaweb.com/blog/2009/03/05/database-error-in-dolphin-cms-and-max_user_connections-problem-fix.html
I can't find this line of code in that file but I'm having the same problem.

Where else might I find and change this?
 
 
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