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Bug #3516 mysql_connect timeout
Submitted: 2000-02-17 10:37 UTC Modified: 2000-07-22 19:39 UTC
From: joerg dot koenning at gmx dot de Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: MySQL related
PHP Version: 3.0.14 OS: Linux and Windows-NT
Private report: No CVE-ID:
 [2000-02-17 10:37 UTC] joerg dot koenning at gmx dot de
Dear people at PHP.net.
We are using PHP and MySQL for our web-services. In some cases the connection from PHP to the MySQL-database might fail using mysql_connect because of the fact that the MySQL-server is down. In that case the mysql_connect tries to connect to the database for a long time (>30 sec.). After this time it comes back with an "connection failed"-error.
Is there a way to set this "mysql_connect-timeout" by script (e.g. to 5 seconds)?
Kind regards,
Joerg Koenning
joerg.koenning@gmx.de

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 [2000-07-22 19:39 UTC] mrobinso at cvs dot php dot net
You can set the timeout of the script itself, and/or
prepend @ to the mysql_connect() function to disable
the error message and show something a little nicer,
including the rest of the script.

This isn't really a bug though, so closing.
 
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