In the last episode (Jul 31), André Ress said:
> I found a parameter called TimeBetweenWatchDogCheck for a MySql
> Cluster. Could you give an example for not clustered MySql servers?
> Info: Our application is not a webbased one.
That parameter has a different purpose; it looks like it's there to
detect bugs in the mysql cluster code. There is currently no code in
mysql to terminate active threads when the client connection closes.
That's why I said you'd have to file a feature request bugreport :)