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From Jaqui Greenlees <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Is Win32 Apache ready for prime time?
Date Thu, 31 May 2007 04:56:07 GMT

--- morgan gangwere <> wrote:



> I have seen this with the mySQL connectivity in PHP
> - but its usually
> caused by NOT closing the connection to the MySQL
> server after you're done.
This is what I was referring to in my persistent
connections comment, but it can happen no matter what
database engine is being used.

> Remember, be a gentleman and close all your MySQL
> connections when
> you're done!

Exactly, the scripts are actually the cause of most
web exploits and server performance issues, not
configuration issues as a lot of people posting to
this list seem to think.

All this is actually better discussed off list, or on
a list focussed on the scripting / db best practices
rather than here. :)


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