Nothing special about the 1128th row.
The following request works normally:
select fingerprint from fingerprints;
I'm going to use it instead, and do the count and sort in C++...
On Mon, Aug 11, 2008 at 10:31 PM, Warren Young <mysqlpp@stripped> wrote:
> jujulj wrote:
>> when running the query shown below, the loop always stops at the same
>> point (after 1128 fetch_row) without any error message nor warning.
>> It seems stuck and does not continue the program.
> When the program freezes, what does a debugger tell you?
> Is it looping inside MySQL++, inside the C API, or inside your code?
> What function(s) is it trapped in?
> Is there anything unusual about the content 1128th row?
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