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"Too many connection errors" MySQL Status

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Hi,

I have cases where I connect to the web site and MySQL is not working
:

Message : "Too many connection errors", Unblock with 'mysqladmin
flush-hosts'.

What I did is a script that check out /etc/init.d/mysqld status and if
is not running, then, I restart MySQL.

If you accept my Question :
What is the status of MySQL when there is the message "Too many

connection errors", Is it Stopped or Running ?

.. Could we think of something better than restart MySQL using an auto-
'mysqladmin flush-hosts'.

From your experience, thank you.

Henry
Jul 20 '05 #1
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