Looks like this groups saves the day again.

"John Krewson" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> mssql_pconnect cannot be closed as you mentioned:
> http://www.php.he.net/manual/en/function.mssql-pconnect.php
> I am using this as well, calling MSSQL on a Windows box from PHP/Apache
> on Linux, and I am also getting some of the results you mentioned,
> although it behaves differently at different times so I'm sticking with
> it to tinker.
> My advice would be to simply drop using mssql_pconnect and use
> mssql_connect.  You don't gain much in the way of speed by using
> mssql_pconnect and I have seen several people come away with varied
> results.  Your sys admin (or you if you do double duty) should be able
> to see if this is actually the case through SQL Server Enterprise
> Manager.  It should show the calling server, the PHP version, and that
> the connections are sleeping.
> Tim Evans wrote:
> >I've written a script that works perfectly for almost ten times, and then
> >stops being able to connect to the MSSQL server.  I imagine this has
> >something to do with me not properly closing my connection, and the
> >having a maximum # of connections.
> >
> >I'm calling both mssql_free_result() and mssql_close() after every query.
> >I'm using mssql_pconnect.
> >
> >I would include sample code, but it does this whether I use code ripped
> >right from examples and docs or I write it myself.  It doesn't seem to
> >matter what database, or the type or amount of information I'm
> >
> >Thanks for any help I get on this problem, it's driving me nuts.
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >

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