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my.cnf

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by psittacosis, Jun 3, 2005.

  1. psittacosis

    psittacosis Guest

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    Hi,

    psa 7.5.2-fc2.build75050128.11

    mysql 3.23.58-9.1

    php 4.3.10-2.4

    Every time I edit /etc/my.cfn and reboot it is replaced with the default one. Made a gentle enquiry with my server host and they suggest the only Work around is to uninstall Plesk..


    I suspect there is an alternative fix... anyone got an idea?

    My server needs to increase the sessions from the default 100...

    :confused: :confused: :confused:



    Thanks...


    :) :) :)

    Psit
     
  2. quincewyss

    quincewyss Guest

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    if you are using php sessions, you can change that in the etc/php.ini file.
     
  3. psittacosis

    psittacosis Guest

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    Thanks for the reply but I can not see where I woul ad:

    set-variable=max_connections=250
     
  4. psittacosis

    psittacosis Guest

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    File in use by Plesk. Edited in vi and it saved the changes. However, did not fix problem :(
     
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