The Drupal install is clean and fresh. Any Ideas? Log in or register to post comments +100 In Importance 800series commented July 19, 2007 at 12:05pm Unfortunately, this is not such a trivial issue for me. This really is a serious security problem. have a peek here
I've previously commented on some multi-site hacks for robots.txt and Sitemaps. If you are unsure what these terms mean you should probably contact your hosting provider. This may have some bearing on why the page appears not to move on to the next stage.' Do you think permissions may be the problem? mediafrenzy commented June 19, 2007 at 4:09pm Anyone got any tips on how to change this? https://www.drupal.org/node/40508
It requires modifying two core files. If you have already finished installed Drupal, this either means that the username and password information in your settings.php file is incorrect or that we can't connect to the MySQL database During this time, I realized that a message is shown to all the search engine visitors reaching my inoperative site "Unable to connect to database server", along with the database username
After entering my database name, database username, and database password, I get this error: "Failure to connect to your MySQL database server. Currently, the username is custfeh7_drpl1 and the database server is localhost. * Are you sure you have the correct username and password? * Are you sure that you have typed the In Drupal 6 you can add a maintenance-page.tpl.php file to your themes folder and then clear the Cache on /admin/settings/performance. Nick Log in or register to post comments ⋅ Categories: Drupal 4.7.x Comments what have you done so far?
At best I can make it non-writeable. Drupal Failed To Connect To Your Database Server In Drupal 5 you had to hack core. I'm going to poke around in the "includes" folder and see if there's anything odd there. I've been drupaldeeduper commented March 28, 2012 at 8:25am I'm not too sure.
Log in or register to post comments ⋅ Categories: Drupal 4.7.x Comments And thank you for your time. There's something else going on.... I am almost certain all of the permissions for the user are correct, but none of the SQL commands work when I type them in phpmyadmin. MySQLi works flawlessly now though there is no visible performance improvement.
If you are unsure what these terms mean you should probably contact your hosting provider. (Running WinXP, PHP 5.1.4, MySQL 5.0.22) Log in or register to post comments ⋅ Categories: Drupal https://www.drupal.org/node/203938 I believe there were some changes in Drupal 6 regarding this. -Steven Peck --------- Test site, always start with a test site.Drupal Best Practices Guide -|- Black Mountain -Steven Peck --------- Xactimate 28 Unable To Connect To Database I checked the server statistics and they are both running the current versions of fantastico, drupal, mysql, and php. Xactimate Customer Support Log in or register to post comments =-= VM commented May 24, 2007 at 7:30pm ?¿?
Log in or register to post comments I figured as much :( mediafrenzy commented July 13, 2007 at 2:56pm Shame really. http://netfiscal.com/to-connect/drupal-unable-to-connect.html it's quite difficult to diagnose a problem without actually seeing the setup you have. For more help, see the Installation and upgrading handbook. Currently, the username is username and the database server is localhost. * Are you sure you have the correct username and password? * Are you sure that you have typed the Xactimate 28 Support
For more help, see the Installation and upgrading handbook. For instance, if the password for the database user is "[email protected]" I'd type in "ex%40mple" instead. Are you sure you have the correct username and password? http://netfiscal.com/to-connect/drupal-unable-to-connect-to-database.html I hope someone can help!
To test you can modify the $db = line of your settings.php file to use a bogus connection username, password, or database name. Log in or register to post comments This is the new easy way, as orangecoat-ciallella commented December 1, 2009 at 3:47pm This is the new easy way, as of Drupal 6. You're on 1and1 and they usually have their MySQL setup on port 3306, so make sure that is included e.g. $db_url = 'mysql://dbo123456789:[email protected]:3306/db987654321'; Triple-check that your database name and your username
Note: I'm running on MacOSX Log in or register to post comments same problem here, on OS X kameruchi commented May 21, 2007 at 1:44pm same problem here, on OS X But i solved it Just login to your PHPMyAdmin account now you can see the SERVER name in the top for ex: Server: xxxxxxxx (It's server ip)...That is your database host Log in or register to post comments --- VM commented April 19, 2007 at 2:24am Funny how an automated install still requires me to jump in and find something in the Personal: justinstanley.net Log in or register to post comments ...
I'm finding my site performance (it's a small site) to be really poor as well of late. Log in or register to post comments ⋅ Categories: Drupal 4.7.x Comments Same problem hausig commented December 15, 2006 at 12:04pm Hallo, I get the same error once in a while Currently, it looks like:
The MySQL error was: '. this contact form Can anyone give me a suggestion where to start looking for the solution?
Log in or register to post comments Works!! Yes * Are you sure that you have typed the correct hostname? At least for someone who wasn't totally comfortable and familiar working with multi server website configurations. Went to phpMyAdmin saw my ip at the top was not localhost.
Log in or register to post comments News itemsDrupal news Planet Drupal Association news Social media directory Security announcements Jobs Our communityCommunity Getting involved Services, Training & Hosting Groups & Meetups Maybe this helps someone. You shouldn't have to mess with settings.php if your using Drupal 5.1. I manually edited the settings.php to put in the correct url that didnt work too.
However, I didn't think the content of the error message was what I would want regular visitors to the site to see. no matter how helpful a message like this is to an untrained user, it shouldn't be displayed on a public site ever. After fixing that i was back in business. The MySQL error was: Access denied for user 'dbo211916290'@'188.8.131.52' (using password: YES).
It's wierd though because I have never had to do this before. Hi, The text is not in this file on Drupal 6, do you know where to edit it ? Thanks in advance for any reply. No, I don't get the error anywhere else.
If anyone can help plz do. Look inside your settings.php near the bottom.