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My website was working fine and then all of a sudden I started getting a mysql error that says the "mysql_max_connections" limit has already been reached.


On cPanel my cpu usage stats climbed insanely quick.


It only does this when I access the downloads section of my website... No where else on the website does this occur. I've been looking through my code to find any open loops or things of that nature and I can't find anything...


Here is the usage screenshot:



Any ideas? Thanks!!

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I'm not sure but they won't change it.


Should the usage be jumping that high though? The script for the downloads doesn't do any more mysql queries than the rest of the website. At least not be more than 1-2 if so. Why would it sky rocket just on the downloads section?


If I had VPS would it still be going to high?

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