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SQL error?
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SQL error?
Is anyone else getting a SQL error every now and again when they try to post?

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2008-01-17 23:44
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Re: SQL error?
not when I tried to post but when I browsed the forums before...
it was solved by going back to the index and reloading the page.

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2008-01-18 0:42
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Re: SQL error?
it happens once in a while for no apparent reason. f5 usually does the trick.

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2008-01-18 0:47
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Re: SQL error?
kahoku Wrote:it happens once in a while for no apparent reason. f5 usually does the trick.
It's not for no apparent reason,
sometimes the database gets overloaded with requests (depending on your DB hosting, it has a limit of 50 simultaneous connections and sometimes queries don't expire until they time out because you can't really terminate a SQL connection, you just move away from it)

So there you have it.
And yes, F5 is the trick. No, there isn't a solution.
2008-01-20 9:49
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Re: SQL error?
Your so smart Z-man.

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2008-01-20 21:07
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