>Think I figured it out.
>m_db_conn = new Connection( db_name, host, username, pw, port);
> m_db_conn->set_option(Connection::Option::opt_reconnect, true);
This is interesting however; it seems like this solution uses an
abstraction of Mysql++ API?
Can you provide the equivalent C API function call to Mysql++
>>We have the same issue so I am also curious what the recommended
>>From: "Bryan Seay" <bseay@stripped>>
>>Subject: Daemon passes wait_timeout and gets "MYSQL SERVER HAS GONE
>>Date: Thu, 7 Sep 2006 10:28:40 -0500
>>I have a daemon running 24/7 that uses the mysql++ package to connect
>>database. It works great but after it passes the wait_timeout of the
>>it, of course, spits out a "MYSQL SERVER HAS GONE AWAY".
>>My question is what is the correct way to deal with this? Is there
>>option I am not seeing that will make the daemon reconnect to the db
>>fails? Or should I put a timer in my code that "pings" the database
>>occasionally to keep the connection open?
>>Any ideas are appreciated.