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Operating system: Linux 2.2.19
PHP version:      4.0.4
PHP Bug Type:     MySQL related
Bug description:  Only last(?) of multiple mysql_pconnect() connections get reused

After doing multiple (say 3) mysql_pconnect() from within
one page, as suspected the number of mysql threads
increases, but only the last connection made is being reused
by subsequent calls to mysql_pconnect from other pages/requests.
This is a bit unconfirmed, since I don't have the time and
resources right now, but tests on a production site (which
has crashed very often the last time) showed that the
following code cut down the number of mysql threads at least

if (!@mysql_select_db ("test")) {
  mysql_pconnect("db","user","pass") or die ("No
  mysql_select_db ("test") or die ("database does not exist:

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