mysql can't excute 'init commands' when reconnecting after timeout.
Posted by: me mi
Date: May 22, 2015 08:08PM

Mysql version is 5.6 and using mysql C API:

I want to reconnect mysql server automically after one connection is timeout, and excute some sql statements automically when the reconnection succeeds, so I write like this:

MYSQL* my_sql = mysql_init(NULL);
int reconnect = 1;
mysql_options(my_sql, MYSQL_OPT_RECONNECT, (void*)&reconnect);
mysql_options(my_sql, MYSQL_INIT_COMMAND, "set names gbk;");

The first excution is ok: it can connect to server and get right contents after mysql_query. Ater a long time (ensure the connection is timeout) and excute the mysql_query agin, mysql_query can excute successfully and gets a result set, so the "MYSQL_OPT_RECONNECT" option must works, but "MYSQL_INIT_COMMAND" option does not work, because the result contents in result set have wrong format and can not be recognized like '? ?* @ '.

Even if I use CLIENT_REMEMBER_OPTIONS with mysql_real_connect ,the result contents got by mysql_query is right when not timeout ,but wrong when timeout:
mysql_real_connect(..., CLIENT_REMEMBER_OPTIONS).

Could somebody tell me the reason ? Thanks very much!

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