Fatal error: Uncaught exception 'ADODB

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Hi!

I keep getting this message during the start-up "checking for updates" whenever I sign into my site...


Fatal error: Uncaught exception 'ADODB_Exception' with message 'mysqlt error: [2006: MySQL server has gone away] in EXECUTE("SELECT TABLE_NAME, CASE WHEN TABLE_TYPE = 'VIEW' THEN 'V' ELSE 'T' END FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.TABLES WHERE TABLE_SCHEMA=SCHEMA()") ' in /home/pjbral5/public_html/updates/concrete5.6.3.1_updater/concrete/libraries/3rdparty/adodb/adodb-exceptions.inc.php:78 Stack trace: #0 /home/pjbral5/public_html/updates/concrete5.6.3.1_updater/concrete/libraries/3rdparty/adodb/adodb.inc.php(1074): adodb_throw('mysqlt', 'EXECUTE', 2006, 'MySQL server ha...', 'SELECT TABLE_NA...', false, Object(ADODB_mysqlt)) #1 /home/pjbral5/public_html/updates/concrete5.6.3.1_updater/concrete/libraries/3rdparty/adodb/adodb.inc.php(1049): ADOConnection->_Execute('SELECT TABLE_NA...', false) #2 /home/pjbral5/public_html/updates/concrete5.6.3.1_updater/concrete/libraries/3rdparty/adodb/adodb.inc.php(2334): ADOConnection->Execute('SELECT TABLE_NA...') #3 /home/pjbral5/public_html/updates/concrete5.6.3.1_updater/concrete/libraries/3rdp in /home/pjbral5/public_html/updates/concrete5.6.3.1_updater/concrete/libraries/3rdparty/adodb/adodb-exceptions.inc.php on line 78


I don't know what this means and it is the third time I've written to you (the first was in an email to Franz, and the second was in bug tracker) but I am still getting this message. My website is: pjbraley.com .

Thank you so much,

Beachgirl

Beachgirl
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landryacademywebhub replied on at Permalink Reply
landryacademywebhub
I am getting this exact same error and haven't been able to get any responses. I hope someone jumps in and can give us both a hand! Lita
Beachgirl replied on at Permalink Reply
Beachgirl
Not a peep so far, Lita.
JohntheFish replied on at Permalink Reply
JohntheFish
As the error message says "server has gone away".

http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/gone-away.html...

The link above gives a whole list of possibilities that you need to check through, most to do with web server configuration and not to do with concrete5.

If you have checked and eliminated all the web server config issues, within concrete5 This could be that a query or table are so large that the mysql server a site connects to either times out, or takes so long that connections to it thinks it has done so, or that it is causing mySQL to break.

Is the site hosted by a particularly frugal hosting company?
Beachgirl replied on at Permalink Reply
Beachgirl
I don't think so...Web Hosting Hub is my server. The site has been up for over a year before this started. Nothing huge on the site (that I know of) that would time the start-up out.

Thank you,

Beachgirl