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Need Help Closing Database connections

I am running a website at GoDaddy where I have their least expensive plan that supports Linux/ColdFusion/mySQL. Apparently this plan supports a small number of active database connections (50). I wrote my ColdFusion code in Dreamweaver and just assumed it would take care of issues like this, but I guess it doesn't.

If I have a few windows open on the same machine and just keep hitting the site, I can easily cause it to 'crash' to the point where it says there is a JRUN Server error. Godaddy support says this is happening because I have too many open database connections and that I need to adjust my code so that the database connections are closed.

I don't know how to do that or what the best practices are about when to, and when not to, do it. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Aug 16 '08 #1
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Do they provide an interface to the CF Administrator? You can change the settings there? Also how many queries do you have on a page?
Aug 17 '08 #2

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