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  1. Very quick response from tch support - thanks! It appears there were iframes to jumbobestrate.cn/ and shopmoviefestival.cn/ - malware sites.
  2. I have the same problem with my website and received a Malware notification from Google. I opened a support ticket and need help!
  3. Mine is installing 2.2.2. I opened a support ticket.
  4. Fixed the code and the site is working. Thanks Andy! I bought "PHP & MySQL for Dummies" today on my way home.
  5. Andy, I had a programmer look at the site and he said the following: I don't think the solution is to just change the connection type. mysql_pconnect() is OK, as it uses persistent connections, so a separate Mysql connection is not needed to be created for every page. From the error on your page "User success_DNPage has already more than 'max_user_connections' active connections" it looks like that is exactly the problem on your site. There are not enough available connections, so switching to mysql_connect() would make matters even worse. The solution here is to ask your host or your system admin to tweak the Mysql config file, and especially increase the value for these 2: "max_connections" and "max_user_connections". Does this seem correct and do I need to open a support ticket? Thanks!
  6. Thanks for the welcome! I have been a customer since 2003 - (I have been lurking at the forum since signing up). I will try the fix. It only does it after you add or delete an item from the admin page.
  7. I have a webpage in php - you can add or delete items for sale from the admin page. I have never had any problems with it before but I recently added and deleted some items. The website works but if you use it for awhile - I get this error message on all the webpages: Warning: mysql_pconnect() [function.mysql-pconnect]: User success_DNPage has already more than 'max_user_connections' active connections in /home/success/public_html/draft/Connections/domains.php on line 10 User success_DNPage has already more than 'max_user_connections' active connections There is a link in the error message and when you click on it says: 404 If you wait a few minutes the website works again but only for awhile then you get the error message again. Can somebody help? Do you need more info? Thanks
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