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From:Julien Chavanton Date:September 25 2006 2:53pm
Subject:RE: Aparent connection lost resulting in crash
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Thank you, I do not find the C API mailing list in
http://lists.mysql.com/

Also the same "problem" exists while using Mysql++ how shall we deal
with connection lost exactly?





-----Original Message-----
From: Matt Dargavel [mailto:matt@stripped] 
Sent: September 25, 2006 10:13 AM
To: plusplus@stripped
Subject: RE: Aparent connection lost resulting in crash


Hi Julien,

	I think the questions you're asking are MySql issues, and should
probably be taken up on a mailing list for the C API there.  This
mailing
list is for issues specific to the MySQL++ wrapper library.

		Regards,

			Matt.


-----Original Message-----
From: Julien Chavanton [mailto:jc@stripped] 
Sent: 25 September 2006 14:42
To: plusplus@stripped
Subject: Aparent connection lost resulting in crash

When there is a problem with a connection the next time we call a
function
like mysql_query() or mysql_ping() it does report an error witch is fine
but
if I call

2 function in a row before reseting the connection the function crash
instead of reporting an error, I can leave with that.

 

Now when a connection is left idle for some time and is probably
disconnect
if I call mysql_query() it does crash instead of reporting an error.

 

How can I validate this properly or handle it correctly?



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Aparent connection lost resulting in crashJulien Chavanton25 Sep
  • RE: Aparent connection lost resulting in crashMatt Dargavel25 Sep
RE: Aparent connection lost resulting in crashJulien Chavanton25 Sep
RE: Aparent connection lost resulting in crashJulien Chavanton25 Sep
  • Re: Aparent connection lost resulting in crashWarren Young26 Sep