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From:Sasha Pachev Date:July 8 1999 4:37pm
Subject:Re: Resistance of libmysql.dll vs multithreading.
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Thomas Bouton wrote:
> 
> Hello !
> 
> I was wondering :
> 
> What happens if I have a multithreaded application on Win9x using
> libmysql.lib and each thread tries to request to a mysql server ?
> Could it be possible that I get the result from one query on another
> thread (e.g. thread gets killed while request is running)? Of course,
> each thread is using a different MYSQL connection.
> 
> Tech data :
>         Server is whatever (Linux or Win32)
>   MySql version 2.22.22 + associated libmysql
> 
> Thanx for taking time to reply.
> 
>                 Tom Bouton
>

MySQL server gets mad, and in response exploits one of the many holes in
Win9x to execute arbitrary code, which upgrades the OS to Linux in the
background :-)

On a serious note, I don't know ...

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