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Re^2: DBI seems to randomly die

by FitTrend (Pilgrim)
on Jun 06, 2006 at 19:57 UTC ( #553901=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: DBI seems to randomly die
in thread DBI seems to randomly die

I've tested this in an environment where I am the only user and I am still seeing this. If it fails, it dies at the point I issue a drop table on the merge tables (where I commented it in my code snippet). No errors, hanging, or anything. I just get a blank screen. very frustrating. My gut feeling is also possibility of open tables on windows. But I can't seem to identify it consistantly. Even monitoring "show open tables"

I appreciate your feedback


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Re^3: DBI seems to randomly die
by dsheroh (Parson) on Jun 06, 2006 at 20:10 UTC
    You're not seeing anything at all in your browser, not even the output of the
    print qq {<hr>\n} if ($mysqlDebug); print qq {$DatabaseName, $dbS, $dbU, $dbP, $mergeCount, $RemoteAdd +r, $routers<br>\n} if ($mysqlDebug);
    lines at the top of the sub?

    If you're not even seeing that (and you have $mysqlDebug set, of course), then have you tried using telnet to port 80 and/or a packet sniffer to see the complete document returned by apache (including headers and anything else that your browser may eat without displaying it)?

      Yes. If I enable that variable then I see everything until the drop statement. I print the drop statement debug prior to the execusion to make sure they are being issued and it consistently stops on the first. Even if I re-arrange the order :(

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