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timing out problem?

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jj
I've got one database server that works fine when transferring large amounts
of data, but a new one that has been setup seems to want to timeout or drop
the connection after a period of time. I've tried to compare the variables
and they seem to be the same. The versions of MySQL are slightly different
with the good one being 3.23.41 and the one timing out being 3.23.58
Any ideas on what I can check for that would be different or help to keep
this new server from timing out? Seems to want to transfer 3-4000 records
then die. Where the other server will transfer all 60,000+ records.


Jul 20 '05 #1
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jj
Argh... I switched the connection back to the other server which has worked
fine all this time and then last night and this morning it's deciding to
time out as well. Same thing, sometimes it times out within a few minutes,
sometimes it'll run for an hour or so before timing out. The database
upload process should be about 4 hours total.
Does anyone have any ideas? Things I can try?

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I've got one database server that works fine when transferring large amounts of data, but a new one that has been setup seems to want to timeout or drop the connection after a period of time. I've tried to compare the variables and they seem to be the same. The versions of MySQL are slightly different with the good one being 3.23.41 and the one timing out being 3.23.58
Any ideas on what I can check for that would be different or help to keep
this new server from timing out? Seems to want to transfer 3-4000 records then die. Where the other server will transfer all 60,000+ records.

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