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Out of Memory

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by cyon, May 29, 2003.

  1. cyon

    cyon Well-Known Member
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    Hi,

    Last night my server froze, displaying a message saying it had run out of memory.

    I suppose it might have been a script with an infinity loop or something similar (just an idea, anyone got a better one?)

    Where can I verify that?

    Anyone ever had the same problem?

    Thanks for your help.

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    /edit: By "froze" I mean that it didn't react on any inputs, plus Apache and Exim were down
     
  2. Seven77

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    2 Möglichkeiten David:

    1. Du brauchst mehr Memory 1 GB ist gut, 2 GB sind ideal und mehr wäre cool für Deine Kunden.

    2. Irgendein Kunde von Dir erzeugt einen mySQL-Loop, der dann den Server abschiesst. Verhindern? Entweder mySQL den Kunden nicht anbieten oder damit leben bis sich die mySQL-Entwickler entschlossen haben gegen diesen Fehler etwas zu unternehmen.


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    For english speakers:

    1. You need more memories: 1 GB ist good, 2 GB shoud be standard and more GB's would be cool for the coustomers.

    2. A customer is creating a mysql loop which is killing the server. What to do against. Stop offering mysql to the customers or live with it until the programmers of mysql do a change against this error.
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    Seven

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  3. cyon

    cyon Well-Known Member
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    thanks for the reply!

    this mySQL loop you were refering to, is this a a well-known problem with mySQL that happens all the time?

    How / where can I find out wheater it's a mySQL loop nor not?
    And if so, who's creating it?

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  4. Seven77

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    there is only one possibilty:

    You can just watch and search the customer who is doing this loop. If you find him look what he is doing and then speak with the customer and explain him the problem.

    A good start for searching are customer with banner-ads websites.

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