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The timeout comes most probable from the database.

Every database has a predefined timeout. Usually on the clients side there is a parameter for the time wainting for an answer from the server.

There are some solutions for your problem:

First try whether your database is the one giving you this problem. It could be a timeout for example from IP or a wrong routing when e.g. the firewall interrups the traffic.

Then check whether your connection parameters are right. A wrong port number could give you the head ache.

If you identify the database as the one making the timeout: Rise the connection timeout in your database. There is usually an entry in a configuration file or depending on database and OS an environment variable. Rise the limit of open connections if it is a problem of too many open (and probably in parts idle) connections. If you have lots of users try pooling.

Leuchuk

In reply to Re^2: DBIx::Connector timeout? by leuchuk
in thread DBIx::Connector timeout? by Anonymous Monk

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