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phpMyAdm requested to log out again five times during 2 minutes however, the timout is 1440 seconds.

I think problem is in MySQL
What's happening with MySQL?

Fedora 20.
Mysql 5.5
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Question by:Nusrat Nuriyev
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by:Nusrat Nuriyev
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Connections                                                      ø per hour                 %
max. concurrent connections      152                   ---                         ---
Failed attempts                               173       1.88                     2.64%
Aborted                                                 75       0.82                     1.14%
Total                                             6,557       71.43                     100.00%

is it ok?
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I think the problem was in an excessive number of connection cause by C function, where not all return paths called mysql_close() function.
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