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I'm not sure what all figures into speed and think it might have had to do with running Drupal with modules added rather than just how much and the type of Jean Fisher Log in or register to post comments ⋅ Categories: Drupal 7.x Comments That error is Drupal not kscheirer commented May 5, 2011 at 6:39pm That error is Drupal not Fabrice Log in or register to post comments News itemsDrupal news Planet Drupal Association news Social media directory Security announcements Jobs Our communityCommunity Getting involved Services, Training & Hosting Groups & If you are unsure what these terms mean you should probably contact your hosting provider.

my practice site in Drupal 6 was getting slower after adding a bunch of modules and having relatively little other content...just a few pages of text and only 1 user. It should be very similar. I haven't tried the Drupal 7 on the live server. In the current user interface, we put 'localhost' as the default value and "If your database is located on a different server, change this" as the help text, which is not https://www.drupal.org/node/1502034

Drupal Failed To Connect To Your Database Server

Good luck! Directive Local Value Master Value mbstring.detect_order no value no value mbstring.encoding_translation Off Off mbstring.func_overload 0 0 mbstring.http_input pass pass mbstring.http_output pass pass mbstring.internal_encoding no value no value mbstring.language neutral neutral mbstring.strict_detection Log in or register to post comments News itemsDrupal news Planet Drupal Association news Social media directory Security announcements Jobs Our communityCommunity Getting involved Services, Training & Hosting Groups & Meetups 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

If you are unsure what any of this means you should probably contact your hosting provider. Create a db from godaddy account Open db through phpmyadmin After opening your db through phpmyadmin you will be able to see the dbname like this : Server: username.db.xxxxx.hostedresource.com This is My host is 1&1. Save and it should be good to go.

When I tried Drupal 7 RC3 on localhost and a live server, I didn't have this problem. Sqlstate[hy000] [1045] Access Denied For User This is usually a MYSQL database server, this tends to have a different username and password from the admin username and password share|improve this answer answered Jul 4 '12 at 7:57 So maybe I am in over my head. Log in or register to post comments Comment #3 David_Rothstein CreditAttribution: David_Rothstein commented July 12, 2010 at 12:00am Hm, on most setups "localhost" should work - do you know if there

Comments Comment #1 ryank76 CreditAttribution: ryank76 commented July 9, 2010 at 8:07pm Using php 5.2.13 and mysql 14.14 distrib 5.0.83. MySQL server on a different port? (unlikely) MySQL server is down? o Are you sure that you have typed the correct database hostname? Then you should be ready to run the install.php of Drupal.

Sqlstate[hy000] [1045] Access Denied For User

Any help would be greatly appreciated. This is how i resolved it. Drupal Failed To Connect To Your Database Server Log in or register to post comments Comment #2 ryank76 CreditAttribution: ryank76 commented July 9, 2010 at 9:34pm OK so finding this thread http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=597129 I put '127.0.0.1' instead of 'localhost' in Sqlstate[28000] [1045] Access Denied For User Digit Professionals Log in or register to post comments Yes I forgot to mention, It's drupaldeeduper commented March 27, 2012 at 8:51am Yes I forgot to mention, It's a MySQL database

Copy this name and put in the place of 'localhost' during the drupal installation under advance option Your problem will solved www.bestromanticshayari.com Log in or register to post comments News itemsDrupal Does the database exist, and have you entered the correct database name? I sistid commented April 21, 2008 at 11:13pm I'm having the same issue. click submit. Sqlstate Hy000 1045 Access Denied For User Root Localhost Using Password Yes

alignment of single- and multi-line column headers in tabular (latex) Encryption - How to claim authorship anonymously? MySQL db name: drupal username: a2z Entry: Database name: gerardo_drupal Database username: drupal_a2z Can someone point out where I'm going wrong? I have the right info for the database and the user has permission. I'm using a new database and already tried creating another on (and another etc).

I'm a n00b really (as you can probably tell) so I wouldn't know how to fiddle with it if I tried, which I generally don't unless instructed. In i7nvd commented October 6, 2010 at 2:48pm Here's how to fix this. more hot questions question feed default about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture / Recreation

Maybe if it's a common situation that 'localhost' does not work, we need to change that text somehow.

In this case, have you tried to substitute 'localhost' with '127.0.0.1' in $db_url? (sometimes this 'just does the trick' without the hassle of understanding what's going on) The wikipedia page is Does anyone know how this can be done? For more help with configuring your database server, see the installation handbook. Or it's merely an ordinary mistake?

Mark Log in or register to post comments Godaddy setting up Drupal 7 tebearly commented January 17, 2011 at 5:42pm Hi Mark I just set up Drupal 7 on my godaddy Are you sure you have the correct username and password? Thanks! What is the name of these creatures in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows?

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 Enjoy Drupal.... Under your localhost/install.php or wherever you have this file placed. Something wrong there somewhere.