my_bool mysql_thread_init(void );


Thread initialization for multi threaded clients. Multi threaded clients should call mysql_thread_init() at the beginning of the thread initialization to initialize thread specific client library variables. If mysql_thread_init() was not called explicitly, it will be called automatically by mysql_init() or mysql_real_connect().

Returns zero if successful or 1 if an error occurred.

Before a client thread ends the mysql_thread_end() function must be called to release memory - otherwise the client library will report an error.

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