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log out user (too many connections mysql)

Thread began 9/06/2010 10:30 am by mr hankey | Last modified 9/07/2010 3:16 pm by mr hankey | 662 views | 3 replies

mr hankey

log out user (too many connections mysql)


i started to get "Too many connections" error from mysql database pointing to my connection file.

i checked in this and reading around it looks like the pconnect it has created needs to change to just connect.

has anyone had this before and is it ok to change it from pconnect without causing any problems with the rest of the site?

also i read that you should then close the connection properly with a command such as mysql_close()

where would this be added? would it be added in the user_logout page generated by security assist or does security assist already log out and close the connection properly?

many thanks

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