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You are experiencing CRM-16035 - Dashlet refresh can crash server. The default dashboard config is pretty close to maxing out the default Debian config for either Apache or PHP-FPM. Depending on your server setup (question says just Apache which typically suggests via mod_php) you probably need to increase either the number of connections Apache permits. ...


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SOLVED. The update to 6.4.4 seemes to have deleted some values in the 'civicrm_option_value' table. These options reffered to the option group with the name 'contact_edit_options' in the table 'civicrm_option_group'. The options for 'First Name', 'Last Name' etc. were no longer present and if these aren't present those fields just dissapear from the contact ...


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Civi 4.6.5 adds a new table "civicrm_cxn". Your upgrade is failing because it's trying to add this table, but it already exists. Usually this happens when you attempt an upgrade which didn't complete for whatever reason, then attempt a second upgrade without doing a DROP DATABASE and CREATE DATABASE command. Even though you may have restored a backup, ...


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How many dashlets do you have? The way they are implemented unfortunately triggers 2 http requests (one to get the dashlet, the other behind to generate the content of that dashlet if it's not cached) So if you have "many", you might end up with more queries that what your server can handle in parallel and slow things, or trigger some protection against ...


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