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Re: Constructing a MySQL Connector/C++ class object after one is destroyed
Posted by: David Hale
Date: November 07, 2023 01:16PM

It must be who spawns dothread_db() thread. I've discovered that if dothread_db is spawned from the main thread when the program starts, then it's always fine. My question says I get an error when dothread_db stops and is re-spawned, but the problem is not RE-starting it. The problem is from WHERE I start it. If I never spawn it from the main() thread but instead spawn it from another thread (e.g. a thread that listens for commands) then the Database object construction is fine, but writing to the database gives CDK Error: Bad file descriptor (generic:9), even though it's the first time.

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