persistent connection

Daniel Bruce Lynes dlynes1 at
Fri Aug 25 01:05:04 EDT 2000

On Tue, 22 Aug 2000, Sam Sam wrote:

> Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded in /data/me/coco.htm on line 19
> Do u know where to specified this maximum execution time ??

That's a PHP error, I believe...check your php.ini file for this.

> btw: do u know any different between persistent and non-persistent connection beside that persistent keep hold the connection until it closed..??

Persistent connections are maintained across all invocations of PHP.  A
non-persistent connection is maintained on a per-page basis.  So, by virtue of
that definition, each page will have to suffer through the time it takes to
connect.  If you instead use a persistent connection, the connection is only
made once for all pages.

Read your php manual for more information.  It's definitely discussed in the
mySQL section.  I don't know where else though.

More information about the FreeTDS mailing list