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MySQL Redhat slow responding to connections

I have installed MySQL 3.53 on two RH7.3 and one RH9.0 boxes.
On one of the 7.3 and the 9.0 box, when I try to connect remotely, it
takes about 45 seconds to connect, whereas the other 7.3 box connects
almost immediately.

The fast box has standard install of 7.3 with tomcat added.
The 9.0 box is straight RH9.0 standard install.

I can't find anything in common between the slow boxes, but not on the
fast one.

Any ideas what could be causing this?

Brian Andrus
batman(at)thundermail.com
Jul 19 '05 #1
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Your problem is with DNS on the RH9.0 Server. Once you fix that it'll be
lighting

Let me know if you can't work it out

Thanks

Aaron
"Brian Andrus" <ba****@thundermail.com> wrote in message
news:ae**************************@posting.google.c om...
I have installed MySQL 3.53 on two RH7.3 and one RH9.0 boxes.
On one of the 7.3 and the 9.0 box, when I try to connect remotely, it
takes about 45 seconds to connect, whereas the other 7.3 box connects
almost immediately.

The fast box has standard install of 7.3 with tomcat added.
The 9.0 box is straight RH9.0 standard install.

I can't find anything in common between the slow boxes, but not on the
fast one.

Any ideas what could be causing this?

Brian Andrus
batman(at)thundermail.com

Jul 19 '05 #2
Your problem is with DNS on the RH9.0 Server. Once you fix that it'll be
lighting

Let me know if you can't work it out

Thanks

Aaron
"Brian Andrus" <ba****@thundermail.com> wrote in message
news:ae**************************@posting.google.c om...
I have installed MySQL 3.53 on two RH7.3 and one RH9.0 boxes.
On one of the 7.3 and the 9.0 box, when I try to connect remotely, it
takes about 45 seconds to connect, whereas the other 7.3 box connects
almost immediately.

The fast box has standard install of 7.3 with tomcat added.
The 9.0 box is straight RH9.0 standard install.

I can't find anything in common between the slow boxes, but not on the
fast one.

Any ideas what could be causing this?

Brian Andrus
batman(at)thundermail.com

Jul 19 '05 #3
Well, I had DNS set to the internal IP on the boxes on the slow ones.
I changed it to the external IP (which is what the fast one had) and
everything is fast. I don't quite understand why, as I do have reverse
lookup enabled and running for the internal IPs. Maybe because they
were short names instead of fqdn.

Thanks for pointing me in that direction!
Brian Andrus
batman(at)thundermail.com

"Aaron Miles" <aa***@noSpammerPLEASEqbdthebookshop.com> wrote in message news:<1A******************@nasal.pacific.net.au>.. .
Your problem is with DNS on the RH9.0 Server. Once you fix that it'll be
lighting

Let me know if you can't work it out

Thanks

Aaron
"Brian Andrus" <ba****@thundermail.com> wrote in message
news:ae**************************@posting.google.c om...
I have installed MySQL 3.53 on two RH7.3 and one RH9.0 boxes.
On one of the 7.3 and the 9.0 box, when I try to connect remotely, it
takes about 45 seconds to connect, whereas the other 7.3 box connects
almost immediately.

The fast box has standard install of 7.3 with tomcat added.
The 9.0 box is straight RH9.0 standard install.

I can't find anything in common between the slow boxes, but not on the
fast one.

Any ideas what could be causing this?

Brian Andrus
batman(at)thundermail.com

Jul 19 '05 #4
Well, I had DNS set to the internal IP on the boxes on the slow ones.
I changed it to the external IP (which is what the fast one had) and
everything is fast. I don't quite understand why, as I do have reverse
lookup enabled and running for the internal IPs. Maybe because they
were short names instead of fqdn.

Thanks for pointing me in that direction!
Brian Andrus
batman(at)thundermail.com

"Aaron Miles" <aa***@noSpammerPLEASEqbdthebookshop.com> wrote in message news:<1A******************@nasal.pacific.net.au>.. .
Your problem is with DNS on the RH9.0 Server. Once you fix that it'll be
lighting

Let me know if you can't work it out

Thanks

Aaron
"Brian Andrus" <ba****@thundermail.com> wrote in message
news:ae**************************@posting.google.c om...
I have installed MySQL 3.53 on two RH7.3 and one RH9.0 boxes.
On one of the 7.3 and the 9.0 box, when I try to connect remotely, it
takes about 45 seconds to connect, whereas the other 7.3 box connects
almost immediately.

The fast box has standard install of 7.3 with tomcat added.
The 9.0 box is straight RH9.0 standard install.

I can't find anything in common between the slow boxes, but not on the
fast one.

Any ideas what could be causing this?

Brian Andrus
batman(at)thundermail.com

Jul 19 '05 #5
No worries Brian ,, We all need help from time to time and I had this
problem and someone helped me out ..

So it's good carma to help someone with the same problem.

Thanks

Aaron

"Brian Andrus" <ba****@thundermail.com> wrote in message
news:ae**************************@posting.google.c om...
Well, I had DNS set to the internal IP on the boxes on the slow ones.
I changed it to the external IP (which is what the fast one had) and
everything is fast. I don't quite understand why, as I do have reverse
lookup enabled and running for the internal IPs. Maybe because they
were short names instead of fqdn.

Thanks for pointing me in that direction!
Brian Andrus
batman(at)thundermail.com

"Aaron Miles" <aa***@noSpammerPLEASEqbdthebookshop.com> wrote in message

news:<1A******************@nasal.pacific.net.au>.. .
Your problem is with DNS on the RH9.0 Server. Once you fix that it'll be
lighting

Let me know if you can't work it out

Thanks

Aaron
"Brian Andrus" <ba****@thundermail.com> wrote in message
news:ae**************************@posting.google.c om...
I have installed MySQL 3.53 on two RH7.3 and one RH9.0 boxes.
On one of the 7.3 and the 9.0 box, when I try to connect remotely, it
takes about 45 seconds to connect, whereas the other 7.3 box connects
almost immediately.

The fast box has standard install of 7.3 with tomcat added.
The 9.0 box is straight RH9.0 standard install.

I can't find anything in common between the slow boxes, but not on the
fast one.

Any ideas what could be causing this?

Brian Andrus
batman(at)thundermail.com

Jul 19 '05 #6
No worries Brian ,, We all need help from time to time and I had this
problem and someone helped me out ..

So it's good carma to help someone with the same problem.

Thanks

Aaron

"Brian Andrus" <ba****@thundermail.com> wrote in message
news:ae**************************@posting.google.c om...
Well, I had DNS set to the internal IP on the boxes on the slow ones.
I changed it to the external IP (which is what the fast one had) and
everything is fast. I don't quite understand why, as I do have reverse
lookup enabled and running for the internal IPs. Maybe because they
were short names instead of fqdn.

Thanks for pointing me in that direction!
Brian Andrus
batman(at)thundermail.com

"Aaron Miles" <aa***@noSpammerPLEASEqbdthebookshop.com> wrote in message

news:<1A******************@nasal.pacific.net.au>.. .
Your problem is with DNS on the RH9.0 Server. Once you fix that it'll be
lighting

Let me know if you can't work it out

Thanks

Aaron
"Brian Andrus" <ba****@thundermail.com> wrote in message
news:ae**************************@posting.google.c om...
I have installed MySQL 3.53 on two RH7.3 and one RH9.0 boxes.
On one of the 7.3 and the 9.0 box, when I try to connect remotely, it
takes about 45 seconds to connect, whereas the other 7.3 box connects
almost immediately.

The fast box has standard install of 7.3 with tomcat added.
The 9.0 box is straight RH9.0 standard install.

I can't find anything in common between the slow boxes, but not on the
fast one.

Any ideas what could be causing this?

Brian Andrus
batman(at)thundermail.com

Jul 19 '05 #7

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