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  • npolomski
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    Possible workaround – I will test it with the next update again:
    – deactivate fusion core and fusion builder
    – update both
    – activate them again

    The issue seems to be that after updating fusion core it connects to the database without closing the processes again and again. 1&1 obviously has a restiction to 18 connections per user, so the database blocks all additional tries.
    After boths parts are updated, those requests are closed or not started at all.

    Kind regards

    npolomski
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    Hello,

    “same procedure as every year” (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dinner_for_One).

    I have just updated Avada and have the same issue again. When I log on to the webinterface of the database, I get the following message: “already has more than ‘max_user_connections’ active connections”

    Following that, there is a correlation between the update process and the error message. Cound you check, how many time the update process connects to the database?
    Is it neccesary to connect that many times?

    Thanks and kind regards

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