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Forum issues/downtime

Post by wermy » Sat Jul 30, 2016 8:54 am

Post here:
http://sudomod.com/forum-issues/

Discussion here (assuming the forums are up). :)

Just to note: After looking into it some I do not think this is hosting-related. It's looking more likely that it's an issue with one of the forum plugins.
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Re: Forum issues/downtime

Post by Oxodao » Sat Jul 30, 2016 9:59 am

According to the error it's one of the user that has reached the max number of connection.. That means token ? If so you should just have to reset his token and his number of connections
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Re: Forum issues/downtime

Post by tanooki » Sat Jul 30, 2016 12:51 pm

wermy wrote:Post here:
http://sudomod.com/forum-issues/

Discussion here (assuming the forums are up). :)

Just to note: After looking into it some I do not think this is hosting-related. It's looking more likely that it's an issue with one of the forum plugins.
Are you able to run sql commands or does your hosting provider handle that? If you can run the commands you should be able to determine what is using up all of your available connections. Hopefully you can split that off into a different user account.

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Re: Forum issues/downtime

Post by statikeffeck » Mon Aug 01, 2016 8:47 am

If your hosting provider allows cron jobs, a brute force approach may be to restart the sql server like twice a day.

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