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From:Michael Katz Date:December 12 2005 2:00am
Subject:Connection Timers
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We have an application that uses the mysqlclient++  libraries for email 
archival.   We have recently been getting killed because of  It seems that mysql keels over 
during a big query on a large database and it will not let our client 
write to the db until the queries are completed.  Since there are no 
connection timers in the default client our app was hanging until the 
query was completed.  We applied the patches in the bug and we have a 
patched client with connection timers but I want to ask a few questions 
relative to these types of issues.

1) A lack of connection timers seems like a massive omission.  There is 
a patch for Linux, but as far as I know there is nothing available for 
other OS's.  It is impossible to build reliable database applications 
without connection timers as we have learned.  If we want to contribute 
connection timer patches for other OS's for the ++client how can we go 
about doing this?

2) Has anyone else been burned by this bug?  If not, beware as there is 
a lurking time bomb if your db can not keep up with load or fails for 
some reason.


Connection TimersMichael Katz12 Dec
  • Re: Connection TimersWarren Young12 Dec
    • Re: Connection TimersMichael Katz12 Dec