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Hi, thanks for replying so quickly. I have since changed the link template so that users are sent directly to the detailed pages, rather than going through jump.cgi . This means that its working for pretty much everybody except AOL users who (presumably) are seeing cached pages. And I have received a few e-mails from AOL users who have run into the problem again (which is odd, since most people would be bypassing jump.cgi, so there shouldn't be too many connections).

As for links mods, I haven't changed anything recently, and anything I have changed is pretty minor and only effects static 'built' pages. WWWThreads is also un-modded (excpet for aesthetics). Perhaps the problem with MySQL load is because of my PHP comments script (which is a very modified version of michael bray's review.php). I don't think I ever close the connection to the database in those scripts, but PHP is meant to close off the connection at the end of the script's execution.

(btw, they are the only public programs that use MySQL on the server)

I ran the show status and show variables commands and did come up with some numbers, although I wouldn't know whether they values are out of the ordinary or not.

I just checked the apache keepalive value and it's also set to 100 (same as MySQL). hmmm

Any ideas?

Thanks,
Ethan

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