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Yes, definately. PHP can be compiled to keep persistent connections, so if you have a poorly done php script it can keep requesting a new connection and never releasing it. Then when Links SQL goes to get one connection, it will fail.

However, you should still see those in `mysqladmin proc`.

Cheers,

Alex

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Thread jump.cgi - too many connections? ethan 4037 Nov 29, 2000, 9:30 PM
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