Connection timeout with MySQL database.

MySQL disconnects automatically after some time.

If you experience MySQL timeouts, it could be due to heavy or very long MySQL queries.

You can try using mysql_reconnect command before every query, and it should be fine.

MySQL server timeout can occur for many reasons but most commonly it is caused by either an application bug, a network timeout issue, or due to the MySQL server restarting.

These steps could solve the issue. (By setting no time to MySQl.)

  • Edit your my.cnf (MySQL config file)
sudo nano /etc/mysql/my.cnf

  • Add the timeout configuration and adjust it to fit your server.
wait_timeout = 28800
interactive_timeout = 28800
  • Save the changes (CTRL + X , Y , ENTER)
  • Restart MySQL
sudo service mysql restart

The new changes will be applied once it restarts. Hope this will help you.

Thank You.





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