|Sent on:||Thursday, November 8, 2012 12:59 PM|
So I've inherited a site that has a lot of traffic and we're getting
too many sql connectionsin the error logs. Obviously one solution is
to up the # of max connections in the my.cnf (right now its at 150, I
upped it to 200). I wanted to explore the code and see if there were
some things from the php side I could do to eliminate some of the
problems. Any suggestions on things to try or look for? I can't decide
if using mysql_close explicitly on pages is a good idea or not. Any
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