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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 39329] - mod_dbd ap_dbd_acquire failure
Date Mon, 08 May 2006 00:06:39 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From nick@webthing.com  2006-05-08 00:06 -------
Just revisiting this, I hacked (In reply to comment #0)  
> I'm using mod_dbd with persistant mysql connections and another custom  
module to  
> do vhost document root lookups against a database.   
>   
> The problems is that my mod_dbd connections reach the MySQL daemons  
wait_timeout  
> of 600 seconds and are closed automatically.  
  
Come to think of it, I thought mysql_ping (as used in the check_conn function)  
would reopen the connection if it had timed out.  ISTR it doing that for me  
when I tested it.  
  
Adding a new patch (untested).  Not decided whether to test and commit it. 

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