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jump.cgi - too many connections?
I've seen some other posts from people with this problem, but no solution as such.. The error my users have been getting is:

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Software error:
DBSQL (10161): Fatal Error: Unable to connect to the SQL server. Reason: Too
many connections at jump.cgi line 65
My traffic has picked up over the last couple of days (which is when these errors have been reported), but from what I found at the mysql site, the default max connections limit is 100, and I wouldn't have thought there would be more than 100 connections happening at once. I restarted MySQL but didn't make a difference.

Is it just a matter of upping the max_connections in mysql (and where exactly do you change that value?)?

Thanks,
Ethan

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Thread jump.cgi - too many connections? ethan 3746 Nov 29, 2000, 9:30 PM
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ethan 3661 Nov 30, 2000, 5:50 PM
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