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Old 01 Feb 2008, 12:06
mastertek2000 mastertek2000 is offline
 
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need help

get this erro MySQL Error : Got a packet bigger than 'max_allowed_packet' bytes 1153

not to sure on MySQL any easy fix for this thanks for any help
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Old 01 Feb 2008, 12:47
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Please see http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showp...49&postcount=2
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Old 01 Feb 2008, 15:35
mastertek2000 mastertek2000 is offline
 
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can i change this in my cpanel
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Old 01 Feb 2008, 15:46
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can i change this in my cpanel
Do you have access to the my.cnf file through your cPanel? And can you restart mySQL through your cPanel? (or through ssh)? If you are able to do those things on your own, then you may do so, but some people have to ask their host to do it.
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Old 01 Feb 2008, 17:42
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Do you have access to the my.cnf file through your cPanel? And can you restart mySQL through your cPanel? (or through ssh)? If you are able to do those things on your own, then you may do so, but some people have to ask their host to do it.
how would i know this and where is the my.cnf file in my Cpanel is it in phpmyadmin
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Old 01 Feb 2008, 17:55
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how would i know this and where is the my.cnf file in my Cpanel is it in phpmyadmin
You would know this if you were familiar with your cPanel? I don't have cPanel, so I can't direct you there. I do have phpMyAdmin and I can tell you that your my.cnf is not available through there. I have ftp and shh access to my servers, so I know you can change the file with that access.

If you don't know if you have access to my.cnf, then I would not go mess with it. I would ask your host to do it. Also, if you have shared hosting, I doubt you would have access to restart mySQL. That would be kinda stupid for them to give you access to do that if you have shared hosting. You haven't posted any details about your hosting situation though.
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Old 01 Feb 2008, 20:09
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If you don't have root access or WHM, you are going to need to contact your host about changing that value.
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