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    HELP HELP HELP - Moved to dedicated server still Capacity Problem

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    I just moved my site to dedicated server due to shared hosting capacity problem. Again I am facing Too many connection problem, when i contacted go daddt they replied as follow



    Thank you for contacting Server Support. There are a couple of things you might want to check. First is how you have your httpd service configured. Make sure you have sufficient MaxClients defined in /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf. Additionally you will want to refer to your /etc/my.cnf file to make sure you have it configured to allow as many max_connections and max_user_connections as are needed.
    Please help I am very new to dedicated server, I am using Redhat Fedora with Plesk as control Panel. Any help how i can change thjis Max_user_connections ?



    Cheers

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    You would need to edit the /etc/my.cnf file via ssh by using a program such as PUTTY.

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    Yes i have got that - I am confused about what commands to use to set these configurations

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    This might sound harsh, but you should not run a server if you're not a server admin. Rent the service of someone who knows the ins and outs of this, while you're learning how to do it yourself.
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