I am not sure if there are any performance difference between the two. I've
read in MySQL's manual that non-persistent can max out the server, thus,
recommending using persistent connections.
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From: "Killer Angel Clark" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Subject: Re: [PHP-DB] mysql connect, while and close big problem
: I would also like to ask the difference between persistent and
: non-persistene connection?
: "Ray Hunter" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> ¼¶¼g©ó¶l¥ó
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: > What type of connections are you making persistent or non-persistent?
: > Ray Hunter
: > Firmware Engineer
: > ENTERASYS NETWORKS
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: > From: Killer Angel Clark [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
: > Sent: Thursday, February 21, 2002 10:17 AM
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: > Subject: [PHP-DB] mysql connect, while and close big problem
: > I make a connection A to get an array of result.
: > Then use a while loop to use the array.
: > In the while loop, I use the data to select other data by making a new
: > connection. After printing the data, I close this new connection. After
: > while loop, I close the first connection too.
: > If only have the first connection, it has no problem.
: > But with the select in the while loop and close the new connection, it
: > an error on closing. Does anyone know why and how to fix it??
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