void mysql_thread_end(void );


The mysql_thread_end() function needs to be called before a client thread ends. It will release thread specific memory, which was allocated by a previous mysql_thread_init() call. Returns void.

Unlike mysql_thread_init() mysql_thread_end() will not be invoked automatically if the thread ends. To avoid memory leaks mysql_thread_end() must be called explicitly.

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