Am Sa, den 25.09.2004 schrieb Rick Macdougall um 2:21: > Juan Enciso CondeÃa wrote: > > Hello friends. > > > > I have installed vpopmail-5.2.1 + mysql-4.013 running on HP-UX alpha server. > > It has 1GB of memory with 2 proccesors. > > > > I am having problem with mysql at the hours peak. This show me the > > qmail-send log > > > > 2004-09-24 17:32:06.263335500 delivery 96079: failure: > > vmysql:_sql_error:_Lost_connection_to_My > > SQL_server_during_query/Sorry,_no_mailbox_here_by_that_name._(#5.1.1)/ > > > > Hi, > > I use the my-large.cnf (copied to /etc/my.cnf) and I add the following > line under the [mysqld] group > > set-variable = max_connections=500 > > Works for me (On quite a few servers).
It's really a mysql-question - but I'll ask anyway: If I have a .my.cnf in ~root and a my.cnf in /usr/local/etc - which one get's used ? Or do they get used both ? The one from ~root is mainly for some backup-scripts and doesn't contain any tuning-options. Or will both get used ? cheers, Rainer -- =================================================== ~ Rainer Duffner - [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~ ~ Freising - Munich - Germany ~ ~ Unix - Linux - BSD - OpenSource - Security ~ ~ http://www.ultra-secure.de/~rainer/pubkey.pgp ~ ===================================================