Re: After kill query, mysql_stmt_close() hangs for prepared stmt
Posted by: Sebastien FLAESCH
Date: June 29, 2022 12:54AM


The issue is not about performing the KILL QUERY command.

My issue is at the MySQL C interface level, in, or with the client/server protocol.

No matter how the current running SQL statement was killed (by same process opening a new connection like mysql command interpreter does, or when KILL QUERY is executed by another SQL process/connection), the issue occurs when using mysql_stmt_prepare() / mysql_stmt_bind_param() / mysql_stmt_execute():

For a long SELECT or when an UPDATE/DELETE is waiting for a lock to be released, if that query gets killed, then seems to be confused because some C/S protocol sequence/state is wrong.

A subsequent mysql_stmt_close() hands, making the MYSQL_STMT handle unusable.

Even if I skip mysql_stmt_close() (and leave the MYSQL_STMT aside), when the try to continue by creating a new MYSQL_STMT / mysql_stmt_prepare(), I get errors and can't continue with the current SQL connection.


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