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Increase in Failed Attempts after change in parameters

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Hello,

we have linux , mysql 5.0 with php scripts.

Yestarday evening we changed the parameters in worker MPM to 100 from the default 256 and increased the key_buffer_size to 48M from 8M.

The number of failed attempts have increased when I see in the console.

When we hit the webpages , it throws an error " typo 3 Database Error The username , password or host was not accepted when the connection to the database was attempted or established "

But when we hit refresh immediately it loads.

Is there a chance this happens due to slow network.

Wondering what I have to do..

Any help please.

Thanks
Dec 13 '07 #1
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numberwhun
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Hello,

we have linux , mysql 5.0 with php scripts.

Yestarday evening we changed the parameters in worker MPM to 100 from the default 256 and increased the key_buffer_size to 48M from 8M.

The number of failed attempts have increased when I see in the console.

When we hit the webpages , it throws an error " typo 3 Database Error The username , password or host was not accepted when the connection to the database was attempted or established "

But when we hit refresh immediately it loads.

Is there a chance this happens due to slow network.

Wondering what I have to do..

Any help please.

Thanks
To begin with, there is a thread in this forum that is specifically titled: "Member Introductions Forum: Please, do not post technical questions here. Thank you.".

That post is there for a reason and it means, DO NOT post your questions in the Member Introductions area. This is your only warning. Next time, please find the forum appropriate to the topic of your thread and post it there.

Since you mentioned PHP, I will move this thread to that forum.

Regards,

Jeff
Dec 13 '07 #2

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