I'm getting "MYSQL server has gone away." message when using Telex Database Reviewer program, why?
Here's some information on that particular error message. http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/gone-away.html We believe that the server has closed the connection to the Network Recorder due to eight hours of inactivity. Let's try increasing that variable to its maximum value. 1. In notepad, open my.ini located at E:\MySQL Server 5.0 or at C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.0 2. Add a line somewhere under the [mysqld] header with the following text: wait_timeout=2147483 3. Restart the mysql service using Computer Management's Service list. 4. If you wish to verify that the value was set properly, open a command prompt and navigate to E:\MySQL Server 5.0/bin. Run the following command: mysqladmin.exe variables You should see a long list of variables, including wait_timeout. It should have the newly set value.
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