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From:Jacob Friis Larsen Date:May 21 2005 4:07pm
Subject:Re: MySQL give up on a query after a certain length of time
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On 5/20/05, TheRefUmp@stripped <TheRefUmp@stripped> wrote:
> There is a variable called --network-timeout ! You can set it to 300 (5 minutes,
> etc.).

Don't you mean net_read_timeout?
http://dev.mysql.com/doc/mysql/en/dynamic-system-variables.html

SET SESSION net_read_timeout = 300;

Thanks,
Jacob
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