I'm encountering a very strange problem that's manifesting itself in mySQL.
Basically, when accessing a PHP script using mod_rewrite URLs, e.g.: instead
of http://www.domain.com/index.php?this=that using
http://www.domain.com/index.php/that if that script accesses mySQL, mySQL is
becoming flooded with "unauthenticated users" and after a couple of reloads
it bogs the server down. If I access it in the normal GET way (the script
can handle either URL method) this doesn't happen - we see no "unauthenticed
users" in mySQL. Nothing else seems to be affected, only mySQL.

I'm stumped as to what it could be. This isn't just happening on one server,
it's happening on many. Does anybody have any ideas?



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