Hello again!

Yes, there is a setting!
But the value is '-1' for 'unlimited'

It seems that mysql_connect returns always 'false' or '1'.


Berthold wrote:

> Hello!
> I have a problem with the connection-identifyer, comming from 
> mysql_connect().
> Everything worked well until I add a second MySQL-Server.
> To do that I have to add the link-identifyer. OK.
> This must be a bug in PHP:
> Warning: Supplied argument is not a valid MySQL-Link resource...
> because without that link it works well!
> I use php 4.1.1 on Linux.
> The value of link is '1'. The second link is '1' too!
> Is there a php.ini-setting for allowing only one connection???


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