PHP has encountered an Access Violation at 7C81BB52 - RESOLVED

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Does anyone have any idea what's going on when you see this message?

My site just went live and everyone's freaking out on me about this. I have no idea what it is. All the google-ing I've done suggests it's a problem with MySQL/PHP configuration on the server. My server specs are as follows:

MySQL client version: 5.0.51a
PHP extension: mysql

but it was built in a wamp server with the following:

Apache/2.2.22 (Win64) PHP/5.3.13
Database client version: libmysql - mysqlnd 5.0.8-dev - 20102224 - $Id: 65fe78e70ce53d27a6cd578597722950e490b0d0 $
PHP extension: mysqli

Can anyone tell me if this is a concrete problem or if I did something wrong in this? The server administrator is currently trying to make it look like I did something wrong. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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ronyDdeveloper replied on at Permalink Best Answer Reply
This is not a Concrete5 problem. Its the problem with your host. There is something which doesn't allow you to access the resources. It might be the maximum reach of your memory limit, might be the maximum limit of Inodes or any bad piece of code which holds the memory. Might be contacting the hosting support will solve your problem.

lackadaize replied on at Permalink Reply
Thanks. I think the server administrator is doing his best to pin blame on me. They ended up fixing the problem right after I started this thread. I was just nervous that I was doing something wrong. Just sucks getting emails and calls from the people I'm doing the job for freaking out early on a saturday morning. Thanks again.