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From:pazenko Date:February 4 2003 11:27pm
Subject:Re: hang then resume....
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the whole program halts by itself, this is how my software work....

* form loads, then i open a connection, then i close connection but not
terminating it to be use later
* the user click the 'add' button, all related textbox will be enabled.
* the user type in all the details, while typing the the user experience a
temporary halt of the program for about 2secs then it resumes(random)
* the user click the button save, i open the connection then execute
'Insert' command then the record is save, then i close the connection.
* upon exit of the program i terminate the connection

before and after halt of the program i'm not requesting any large query from
the db server

lewell

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Victor Pendleton" <VPendleton@stripped>
To: "'pazenko'" <news@stripped>; <mysql@stripped>
Sent: Wednesday, February 05, 2003 7:12 AM
Subject: RE: hang then resume....


What type of 'hang' are you reporting? Have you checked the processlist to
see if the connection is processing a request? Are you returning a large
result set that needs to be displayed?

-----Original Message-----
From: pazenko [mailto:news@stripped]
Sent: Tuesday, February 04, 2003 7:43 AM
To: mysql@stripped
Subject: hang then resume....


i'm currently developing a software using vb6 and mysql 4.0 the problem is
i'm getting a random hang from the software i develop, the hang last for
about 2 seconds or more and then it resumes again. my test environment is
win98se and the production environment is also win98. the hang symptoms also
appear on the production evironment. does anyone have experience this kind
of behaviour?

lewell

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