[Mod_log_sql] "db reconnect successful" errors
peter at iwebsl.com
Tue Apr 22 13:56:54 EDT 2008
I recall having the same issue. There is an option to have mod_log_sql
create the tables.
> LogSQLCreateTables On
Try that then check for errors.
Tim Gustafson wrote:
> I'm getting zillions of these in my httpd error log:
> [Tue Apr 22 10:03:50 2008] [error] mysql_query returned (1)
> [Tue Apr 22 10:03:50 2008] [notice] db reconnect successful
> I checked through the mailing list archives, and some noise was made about
> this error message a few years ago, but the messages said that the problem
> would be fixed. I checked my SQL query log, and the queries that are being
> issued for zero-byte requests are indeed being inserted with a '0' instead
> of a '-', so that's not it.
> I'm using Apache 2.2 on CentOS 5.1 with mod_log_sql 1.100, with mySQL
> Thanks for any advice you can give!
> Tim Gustafson
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