Have you talked to the dba to see if the Oracle DB will accept more than one thread from the apache server?


From: Christopher Jones <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: Chris Back <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Subject: Re: [PHP-DB] Multiple Oracle connections
Date: Mon, 04 Oct 2004 16:44:10 +1000

Chris Back wrote:


I am hoping that someone can help diagnose this issue.

I am able to successfully connect to and query a remote Oracle 9.2
database from apache2/php5. However, when I have multiple clients
hitting my php scripts, all of which require a connection to the
database, problems begin to occur. The first script running gets a
connection to the database, start performing queries, etc. While the
first connection is running all other pages hang while trying to
connect to the database until the first page finishes.

I have tried all of the following to no avail: oci_connect,
oci_new_connect, and oci_pconnect. The results are always the same,
only one connection opens, all others end up waiting.

I have found that I can connect to the DB through other methods at the
same time (jdbc, sqlplus).

Is it possible I have configured something incorrectly or I have the
wrong expectations? I could not find anything on the web concerning
this issue and I know there must be much higher traffic installations
that would have experienced this issue if it was widespread.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

-Chris Back

Using PHP5 and Apache 2 sounds daring.  What platform are you on?

If you can track down more information, file a bug at http://bugs.php.net/.

Also see http://www.oracle.com/technology/tech/opensource/php/php_troubleshooting_faq.html#conmgt


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