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For more help, see the Installation and upgrading handbook. Hacking core is generally a very bad idea. Currently, the username is username and the database server is localhost. * Are you sure you have the correct username and password? * Are you sure that you have typed the Log in or register to post comments Comment #6 dddave CreditAttribution: dddave commented November 25, 2012 at 12:10pm Status: Active » Fixed "Time" seems to have fixed this. http://popupjammer.com/to-connect/enterprise-manager-is-not-able-to-connect-to-the-database-instance-11g.html

I will discuss the second one, the more important of the 2. thanks! click on the "advanced settings" just below the basic options and there you can enter the path to the sql server, and the port etc. Skip to main content Skip to search Main Menu Drupal.org home Download & Extend Community Documentation Support Jobs Marketplace About Return to Content Search form Search Log in Create account Drupal https://www.drupal.org/node/2531036

Xactimate 28 Unable To Connect To Database

When filiptc commented August 11, 2008 at 10:02am No need to apologize. If you are unsure what these terms mean you should probably contact your hosting provider. (Running WinXP, PHP 5.1.4, MySQL 5.0.22) Log in or register to post comments ⋅ Categories: Drupal That page could even link to a bunch of static pages so that there is at least some content there (like contact info), even when the entire site is really down.

for example, if the username for your database is aektvco_aektv and the password for your database is malarky and your database is called poohbear, then you need to edit your settings http://news.php.net/php.notes/119931 Log in or register to post comments Database moving problems BWoelkers commented January 9, 2008 at 4:21pm Hi, I'm new to moving the database to a differrent server. Log in or register to post comments I figured as much :( mediafrenzy commented July 13, 2007 at 2:56pm Shame really. The mysqli error was: Can't connect to MySQL server on '' (110).

Also be aware that drupal doesn't create the database for you, so you have to create it first either through the control panel of your service provider or phpMyAdmin. Drupal Failed To Connect To Your Database Server Log in or register to post comments Works!! and only then should you edit settings.php. you could try here rohitberi commented October 29, 2006 at 2:05am I had it working with localhost as server name on Fedora Core 5...

So.. i can connect to the database through the 1and1 servers ok, i can conenct to the webspace through dreamweaver, i have checked and double checked all the details, they are all or it'll be buried in their docs. Does any component of the url contain a 'forbidden' character?

Drupal Failed To Connect To Your Database Server

Oh well. I manually edited the settings.php to put in the correct url that didnt work too. Xactimate 28 Unable To Connect To Database Try using the mysql library instead by editing your settings.php configuration file in Drupal. Xactimate Customer Support I had to mess around with it to see which portion of the string it wanted, but now it works!

There must be something I overlooked or did wrong. news On my host they list the "Hostname" for databases. I don't think the backup file(s) would have to be too large either, because it would only have to contain the text, the images aren't lost when a db goes down. Last resort - check your extension_dir (as listed in tht phpinfo) and check that the DLL is really there. Xactimate 28 Support

If one app had a problem, it could damage every db on your system. For more help, see the Installation and upgrading handbook. Sources I've read:K. have a peek at these guys I have php 4 and 5 and mysql 4.1.20 on my server and I don't have special characters in my password.

Still need someone to help me out. In general this message is only a minor annoyance, except that I have noticed now that I can't save permissions changes any more. I understand the 'obscure everything' approach in theory, just don't really agree with it.

The security and lack of professionalism associated with the current message seem enough to warrant such a change.

Any help would be appreciated. However, rather than specifying a single error node page, it would make sense to look for a particular file (php, HTML, or some such) in the current theme's folder. I found this thread http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=374993 and found that entering mysql.default_socket = /private/tmp/mysql.sock in php.ini helped. Both do not seem to work for me.

Could someone just go over the basics of activating the mysqli extension, so that I have a starting point as to wheather I am indeed missing something out or there's a tmallen commented September 20, 2007 at 9:58pm I know that my MySQL server is up and running (or else I'd get the socket error from the Terminal), but my best guess tmallen commented September 21, 2007 at 3:24pm +--------------------+ | Database | +--------------------+ | information_schema | | drupaldb | | drupaltest | | mysql | | test | | tmallen_punbb | +--------------------+ check my blog Seems an odd way to do things in my opinion.

Cause I’m all out. We need more people willing to take a little time every week.