int mariadb_cancel(MYSQL * mysql);

mysql - mysql handle, which was previously allocated by mysql_init() or mysql_real_connect().


Immediately aborts a connection by making all subsequent read/write operations fail. mariadb_cancel() does not invalidate memory used for mysql structure, nor close any communication channels. To free the memory, mysql_close() must be called. mariadb_cancel() is useful to break long queries in situations where sending KILL is not possible.

mariadb_cancel() was added in Connector/C 3.0


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