Hello. I’ve searched the forums looking for help with MYSQL but I could not find any so I decided to make a thread.
Well, I run a server and I was being “bombed” by some folks. I was refered to a forum thread which included instructions on how to stop the bomb and also included a link to COMODO free firewall software.
I just wanna say the software is great and I appreciate there is such software for those who cannot afford expensive firewalls.
I’m glad there is a forum and hopefully I can obtain some help with my problem.
On my webpage there is a “Create Account” link. When users enter the link, they see a page asking them for their Account, Password and email address. Once they submit the information and click okay, the webpage sends a query to MySQL which is hosted in my computer (localhost) and the data is saved in my “users” database.
All this was gravy until I installed COMODO. Now I assume comodo is either rejecting the IP of my host or the port is closed. If this is the problem how will I be able to address it and find a solution? If it isn’t the problem, what could it be?
As long as COMODO is running users cannot:
Manage their account which is stored in MySQL database hosted in my home computer (localhost).
View their account info stored in MySQL database hosted in my home computer (localhost).
Create an account and store information in MySQL database hosted in my home computer (localhost).
Here is the error message I am getting:
Warning: mysql_pconnect() [function.mysql-pconnect]: Lost connection to MySQL server during query in /home/jonstu/public_html/ranking/setup.php on line 7
Fatal error: Lost connection to MySQL server during query in /home/jonstu/public_html/ranking/setup.php on line 7