----- Original Message -----
From: "Mauricio Pellegrini" <hrrg-inf@stripped>
Sent: Friday, March 11, 2005 9:13 PM
Subject: Lock timeout problem
> Hi, we are using mysql 4.1.4-gamma and a few days ago we started to
> receive lock wait timeout messages from within our application also on
> other connections via tcp/ip ( from mysql clients ) the same thing
> While we are trying to discover what is causing these errors I've noted
> this in the output of SHOW ENGINE INNODB STATUS
> this is the text:
> ---TRANSACTION 0 735105891, ACTIVE 1812 sec, process no 24059, OS thread
> id 1741492237
> 225 lock struct(s), heap size 27968, undo log entries 12427
use SHOW PROCESSLIST to determine if you have a dangling session. You should
commit your transaction. It looks like someone forgot to commit a big
> Question #1.
> Can I identify the query that was running in that transaction?
> I Think it may not be inside the binary log as we had to stop the server
> and start it again .
> Question #2.
> What does the " 225 lock struct(s) " mean
It means appromately that the transaction has locks on 225 pages or 225
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