I just purchased AdRotate Pro specifically for the geo-targeting feature. Everything seems to work fine, except when I actually enable geo-targeting. When I do enable it, I begin to get extremely frequent “Error establishing a connection to database” errors when browsing around my site. When I enable WordPress debug, I see a lot of MySql warnings stating that I have already reached the max_user_connections.
I use Managed WordPress through GoDaddy – they do not allow me to increase this max_user_connections setting. I understand GoDaddy uses some form of caching on their end – I’m not sure if that might be causing an issue with the geo-targeting? Could you please advise?
And no, I’m not aware of other people having issues with your kind of hosting on GoDaddy – But there are hundreds if not thousands of hosting packages all over, so changes someone has your exact hosting is not all that great.
I know that WP Engines offering often has issues on their managed hosting stuff, too. With all kinds of plugins. Which I imagine is similar to what GoDaddy offers.
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