> From: Dotan Cohen <dotancohen@stripped>
> If I see that a query is taking a long time to finish, how can I
> interrupt the MySQL CLI interpreter? Ctrl-C does not work. Thanks.
Does Ctrl-Z suspend the process? If so, you can then use the progression: "kill -INT
procnum; kill -QUIT procnum; kill -KILL procnum".
Never do a "kill -KILL" until you've tried other ways of stopping it. I wouldn't even put
it on the same command line like I showed above, as it may take some time for mysql(1) to
clean up and shut down properly, and signals are asynchronous.
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