[DB-SIG] MySQL error 2013,
'Lost connection to MySQL server during query'
chris at cogdon.org
Tue May 20 15:16:57 EDT 2003
On Tuesday, May 20, 2003, at 13:09 US/Pacific, Lloyd Kvam wrote:
> I have not been closing cursors, but simply leaving them to get garbage
> collected. I have not been reusing cursors for successive queries.
That's probably your problem there. If the DBAPI needs to keep track of
which cursors are open, then there's a cycle that can only be broken by
manually indicating when you dont need the cursor anymore (via a
On examining the pyPgSQL API, there's no warnings about having to
manually close cursors when they're done. The API you're using may have
the problem, though, so if you could somehow test the fact that would
go a long way to diagnosing the problem.
(Perhaps subclassing the cursor object, and override the 'cursor'
method of the database object to give you the subclassed object
instead, and then print a message when the cursor's closed)
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