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MyBB has experienced an internal SQL error and cannot continue.

SQL Error:
2006 - MySQL server has gone away
Query:
SELECT pid FROM XXXXX_posts WHERE tid='2384' ORDER BY pid DESC LIMIT 1

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for security i renmaed the table to XXXXX
Hi,

This is a problem with losing the connection to your database server, you will need to contact your host.
but this problem is only with one topic as i saw
so i suspect its something not with in the host
will im not sure but i think the rest of topics in forum tak a little long time to load
the forum pages are normal
The error message clearly says that MyBB could no longer communicate with the MySQL database. Euan is spot on.
i understand what Euan said
but with only one topic in the whole forum its more odd and odd
more weird thing
the problem looks solved by it self
im really really confused
how or when this was happen
right after i changed the forum style from default to flow style and forced it to all users
right now the problem is no longer stays
but i hope it wont come back again
thanks for all helps here
(09-02-2016, 05:12 AM)Michael_vx Wrote: [ -> ]the problem looks solved by it self

Quick explanation: So if you're using your website and your host has restarted the MySQL service, you'll get this issue, as the connection will drop for a short period as the service is restarted.
may be since i cant see any thing about the error in the log of my host
any way that problem still bothering me
https://community.mybb.com/thread-199365.html
and its looks like no one know what should i do or where are these parts
Not maybe; that's the case - I'm a sysadmin, I do this for a living. It won't show in the error logs as it's not an error to restart a service. And MySQL isn't part of apache.
This issue has been solved, and I will be moving this to general support as it is more suited.