>>Two: If a
>> single process in a multi-process application crashes, that process
>> alone dies. The buffer is flushed, and all the other child processes
>> continue happily along. In a multi-threaded environment, when one
>> thread dies, they all die.
> So this means that if a single connection thread dies in MySQL, all
> connections die?
Yes, that's right.
> Seems rather serious. I am doubtful that is how they have
> implemented it.
If it's a multithreaded application, then there is nothing to doubt
about the matter. If any thread dies, the whole process croaks, and
there's no choice in the matter. If a thread has been corrupted to
the point of crashing, then the entire process has been corrupted.
let name="cbbrowne" and tld="cbbrowne.com" in String.concat "@" [name;tld];;
A VAX is virtually a computer, but not quite.
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