- - MySQL error
|ncangler ||February 24th, 2009 04:45 PM |
I've been getting a number of these errors the past couple months from Reviewpost and Photopost. Our server has been rock solid so I don't think this is a server issue. Any ideas what would cause this error message:
An error was encountered during execution of the query:
SELECT id,user,userid,cat,manu,title,bigimage,views FROM rp_products WHERE approved=1 ORDER BY views DESC LIMIT 35
The query returned with an errorcode of:
MySQL server has gone away
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|Chuck S ||February 24th, 2009 05:48 PM |
That has nothing to do with the programs. That error means your mysql on the server has shut down.
|ncangler ||February 24th, 2009 06:04 PM |
That is what I thought but there is no evidence that our server is dropping the MySQL server as it is not rebooting. I guess I'll just change the Debug setting to "Do Nothing" to eliminate the error messages. Everything seems to be working fine. Thanks.
|Chuck S ||February 24th, 2009 09:09 PM |
Your mysql server I would suspect does reboot or go down at times. your host should know more on that but thats what that mysql message means.
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