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As another suggestion, you may wish to look into which files and folders require write permissions. Hi, The text is not in this file on Drupal 6, do you know where to edit it ? Your test.php file uses the mysql driver, not PDO. For more help, see the Installation and upgrading handbook. http://netfiscal.com/to-connect/drupal-unable-to-connect-to-database-server.html

You say "once in a while", but in my experience it shows about every 5 page requests. If your a beginner it's well worth the effort to at least scan the file and find out what types of things it controls. I was also able to run my cron processes too. Full license details.Our Services Video Training Books On-Site Training Influencer Marketing Our Books MySQL Explained Drupal 7 Explained Joomla 3 Explained Joomla Explained About OSTraining About Us Our Team Our Blog https://www.drupal.org/node/40508

Xactimate 28 Unable To Connect To Database

It has worked fine, however 1and1 did just make some changes to their hosts last week. http://www.freescripteditor.org/. Log in or register to post comments problems setting up Drupal brpljak commented February 11, 2010 at 2:55pm Hi * $db_url = 'mysql://username:[email protected]/databasename'; When I started to install Drupal on to The security and lack of professionalism associated with the current message seem enough to warrant such a change.

This covers the case when the connection fails due to a bad user or password (lines 103-116) and when the usr/pwd is correct, but the database cannot be found (lines 121-131). However, having: "Unable to connect to database server. MySQL reports the following message: Access denied for user 'travlorg'@'localhost' (using password: NO). ########## looking at your reply, it gave me the clue '@localhost' so added that line back in and I keep getting an error message at the bottom of every page when I am logged in "Unable to connect to MySQL".

This is a much smaller problem obviously, but it could be addressed in a similar way with a configurable static page. Drupal Failed To Connect To Your Database Server The error is Failure to connect to your MySQL database server. The first problem that I ran into was that fantastico had a problem installing drupal into the site root. https://www.drupal.org/node/66783 CHMOD the parent directory then the file to be writable CHMOD the "default" directory to 755.

Quint Log in or register to post comments Boost Module Quint commented August 7, 2007 at 8:09pm It looks like what I had in mind pretty much already exists in the Anyway, both of them were working fine, for weeks and week. Posted by mediafrenzy on June 18, 2007 at 12:45pm Hi, my main drupal site usually works fine, and has been for years, but today it went down due to mysql issues It follows that this message may be generated by some supplementary feature of the website which depends on a mysql connection, and that there should be something extra there which is

Drupal Failed To Connect To Your Database Server

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. https://www.drupal.org/node/137210 Macports creates separate installs in /opt/local/ for the applications (ports) that you download e.g. Xactimate 28 Unable To Connect To Database I had a drupal 6 site running successfully, but I changed databases and domain names (and all relevant links in the settings files), and now it seems that the problem is Xactimate Customer Support Skip to main content Skip to search Main Menu Drupal.org home Download & Extend Community Documentation Support Jobs Marketplace About Return to Content Search form Search Log in Create account Drupal

I checked the server statistics and they are both running the current versions of fantastico, drupal, mysql, and php. http://netfiscal.com/to-connect/drupal-unable-to-connect.html Then I can make it say whatever I want (i.e., that the site is experiencing problems), and keep the world from knowing my db user and host. The System copies the default.setttings.php file and rewrites it using the configuration data you entered during set up.Notice that the permissions are set to 444. I have my site on my computer and I wanted to download it to a subfolder on my website so I could test it online. Xactimate 28 Support

This is another one of my (very few) "I can't believe they coded it like this" head-scratchers. I've found a solution that works for now but is probably not a "clean" solution: The error message gets built in database.mysql.inc. I have done quite a few different things including setting up ODBC connections to the MS SQL database (SQL Server and SQL Server Native), following the instructions at http://robsphp.blogspot.com/2012/09/how-to-install-microsofts-sql-server... Check This Out EagerEyes.org Log in or register to post comments Well said.

http://drupal.org/node/141727 Log in or register to post comments MySQLi Default Error Override orangecoat-ciallella commented August 22, 2007 at 4:31am Just converted to MySQLi and, sure enough, it's pretty much the same Once I deleted that .dll everything worked fine. Log in or register to post comments OK, I did a clean new null21 commented December 13, 2005 at 7:05pm OK, I did a clean new isntallation in a different server,

Nick Log in or register to post comments ⋅ Categories: Drupal 4.7.x Comments what have you done so far?

An error screen shown to end users should be aimed at end users, not database admins... I'm sure it's possible to destroy something vital in there, though I didn't have any serious problems. (this is not yet live on vcsb.com, but should be later tonight) Hip hop So, is there anyway to customise this to something more suitable? When stumbling across this thread I had my doubts too of updating being worth it, but it just felt right over leaving my support request open.

The only thing is that the whole test site is funky because I put the site in a subfolder. Originally from the UK, he now lives in Sarasota in the USA. Even when I download a fresh copy of drupal and load the old database it still shows that error. this contact form In any case, thanks for the support of this issue, I think plenty of folks would agree that its not ideal to be displaying this kind of info to visitors, even

Drupal 7 uses PDO, Drupal 6 uses mysql(i) and postgresql drivers, they are not the same. Is the database server running? You can modify these tutorials. I have checked the database connection by creating a test.php page and it works (i get the success message).http://drupal.local/test.php Test.php contains: define ('DATABASE_SERVER', 'localhost'); define ('DATABASE_USER', 'drupalcms'); define ('DATABASE_PASSWORD', 'Pa$$w0rd'); define

The content of which are displayed when the database is unable to connect. Naturally I don't want my site to be down in the first place, but if it ever is, I don't want to hand out my DB username, or display all the I know it's easy to make suggestions from the sidelines. Log in or register to post comments The code snippets I added orangecoat-ciallella commented June 5, 2008 at 8:33pm The code snippets I added above are a hack to core which

If you are unsure what these terms mean you should probably contact your hosting provider. I signed up for an account on drupal.org just to express my gratitude. :-) Thanks, --Dan Log in or register to post comments You're most welcome Dan zuhair.naqvi commented June 11, Are you sure that the database server is running? I solved it by changing the permissions on settings.php to make it writeable by everyone.

I'm finding my site performance (it's a small site) to be really poor as well of late. Warning: mysql_connect(): php_network_getaddresses: getaddrinfo failed: No such host is known. Log in or register to post comments Defaults filiptc commented December 31, 2006 at 5:21pm Thanks but I don't think that's the issue, since both fields are empty (default socket used). If you're new to Drupal and moving or updating it's very important to understand what this file does.

First, I diagnosed it by changing the error reporting in includes/database.mysqli.inc. Again if I try also it coming to the same page asking for database details but never showing errors. Download the original settings.php fileIt's just good practice to always save the original version of any file you are going to change. I changed it to match mysql.default_socket, and now my connection works.

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