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Server error problem

[HttpException (0x80004005): Server Too Busy]. We are getting continuously this error when hitting the website www.worldtavernpoker.com.

We are using mysql database. Which losing connection intermittently.

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  1. You get this error when displaying a web page in your application
  2. Server Error: HttpException (0x80004005): Request timed out.
    This typically occurs when a server-side code function or macro executes for a period of time longer than the maximum timeout period allowed for server-side code execution.
  3. Adjust the executionTimeout parameter in your application’s Web.config file.
    <httpRuntime
    maxRequestLength="10240"
    executionTimeout="36000"
    />
  4. If u have more problem just put the error in google.com solution will be provided by the various links

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