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#1: My ODBC concurrent Queries

Posted on 2009-05-25 12:50:07 by J Jayavasanthan

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Hi,
In my application, the mysql server is connected via ODBC and we run
multiple threads executing multiple queries with the mysql server. There is
an issue in our application when we execute a bulk query (more than 100,000
rows in resultset) and when the query takes a longer time for execute, all
the other threads seem to just hang on their db operations.

We are even unable to get past the 'use database' query in most cases from
other threads. Is this a limitation on the ODBC implementation in linux or
have we failed to turn-on any options while building our ODBC drivers, do
let us know.

In Windows, we are able to execute simultaneous queries using ODBC. This
test environment uses all pre-compiled binaries from MySQL website.

In Linux, we are facing the above issues

Linux Flavor - Cent OS 5.2
MySQL Server version - 5.1.30
unixODBC version - 2.2.11
myODBC version - 3.51.27

All Linux binaries are compiled in the same system as they are running.

When we execute two queries as separate processes (same executable started
as different processes), we are able to do so. But, when we create two
separate threads within the same process, then the above hang up arises. Is
there any particular option in building our application we have missed, do
let us know,

Regards,
Jayavasanthan J

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#2: RE: My ODBC concurrent Queries

Posted on 2009-05-25 14:06:16 by armin.schoeffmann

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#3: Re: My ODBC concurrent Queries

Posted on 2009-05-25 14:15:09 by J Jayavasanthan

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Hi Armin,
No, the n threads use different connections,

And Yes, the codebase is the same for Windows & Linux.

BTW, additional information, from windows client connecting Windows & Linux
MySQL Servers, this problem doesn't arise. But only with Linux clients
connecting to Windows or Linux MySQL Servers, this problem arises,

I am trying to prepare a testcase out of this, and will put it up shortly,
do let me know if I have missed something,

Regards,
Jay


2009/5/25 Armin Sch=F6ffmann <armin.schoeffmann@aegaeon.de>

> Hi,
> tell us a few more implementation details on your app:
> In particular, do your n threads share one common db-connection?
> Do you use the same codebase for win & linux?
>
> armin.
>
>
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: J Jayavasanthan [mailto:jayavasanthan@gmail.com]
> > Sent: Monday, May 25, 2009 12:50 PM
> > To: myodbc@lists.mysql.com
> > Subject: My ODBC concurrent Queries
> >
> > Hi,
> > In my application, the mysql server is connected via ODBC and we run
> > multiple threads executing multiple queries with the mysql server.
> > There is
> > an issue in our application when we execute a bulk query (more than
> > 100,000
> > rows in resultset) and when the query takes a longer time for execute,
> > all
> > the other threads seem to just hang on their db operations.
> >
> > We are even unable to get past the 'use database' query in most cases
> > from
> > other threads. Is this a limitation on the ODBC implementation in linux
> > or
> > have we failed to turn-on any options while building our ODBC drivers,
> > do
> > let us know.
> >
> > In Windows, we are able to execute simultaneous queries using ODBC.
> > This
> > test environment uses all pre-compiled binaries from MySQL website.
> >
> > In Linux, we are facing the above issues
> >
> > Linux Flavor - Cent OS 5.2
> > MySQL Server version - 5.1.30
> > unixODBC version - 2.2.11
> > myODBC version - 3.51.27
> >
> > All Linux binaries are compiled in the same system as they are running.
> >
> > When we execute two queries as separate processes (same executable
> > started
> > as different processes), we are able to do so. But, when we create two
> > separate threads within the same process, then the above hang up
> > arises. Is
> > there any particular option in building our application we have missed,
> > do
> > let us know,
> >
> > Regards,
> > Jayavasanthan J
>



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#4: Re: My ODBC concurrent Queries

Posted on 2009-05-26 09:38:11 by Martin Evans

J Jayavasanthan wrote:
> Hi Armin,
> No, the n threads use different connections,
>
> And Yes, the codebase is the same for Windows & Linux.
>
> BTW, additional information, from windows client connecting Windows & Linux
> MySQL Servers, this problem doesn't arise. But only with Linux clients
> connecting to Windows or Linux MySQL Servers, this problem arises,
>
> I am trying to prepare a testcase out of this, and will put it up shortly,
> do let me know if I have missed something,
>
> Regards,
> Jay
>
>
> 2009/5/25 Armin Schöffmann <armin.schoeffmann@aegaeon.de>
>
>> Hi,
>> tell us a few more implementation details on your app:
>> In particular, do your n threads share one common db-connection?
>> Do you use the same codebase for win & linux?
>>
>> armin.
>>
>>
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: J Jayavasanthan [mailto:jayavasanthan@gmail.com]
>>> Sent: Monday, May 25, 2009 12:50 PM
>>> To: myodbc@lists.mysql.com
>>> Subject: My ODBC concurrent Queries
>>>
>>> Hi,
>>> In my application, the mysql server is connected via ODBC and we run
>>> multiple threads executing multiple queries with the mysql server.
>>> There is
>>> an issue in our application when we execute a bulk query (more than
>>> 100,000
>>> rows in resultset) and when the query takes a longer time for execute,
>>> all
>>> the other threads seem to just hang on their db operations.
>>>
>>> We are even unable to get past the 'use database' query in most cases
>>> from
>>> other threads. Is this a limitation on the ODBC implementation in linux
>>> or
>>> have we failed to turn-on any options while building our ODBC drivers,
>>> do
>>> let us know.
>>>
>>> In Windows, we are able to execute simultaneous queries using ODBC.
>>> This
>>> test environment uses all pre-compiled binaries from MySQL website.
>>>
>>> In Linux, we are facing the above issues
>>>
>>> Linux Flavor - Cent OS 5.2
>>> MySQL Server version - 5.1.30
>>> unixODBC version - 2.2.11
>>> myODBC version - 3.51.27
>>>
>>> All Linux binaries are compiled in the same system as they are running.
>>>
>>> When we execute two queries as separate processes (same executable
>>> started
>>> as different processes), we are able to do so. But, when we create two
>>> separate threads within the same process, then the above hang up
>>> arises. Is
>>> there any particular option in building our application we have missed,
>>> do
>>> let us know,
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>> Jayavasanthan J
>
>
>

Have you examined the threading options in unixODBC? i.e.,

Threading = N

for a driver in your odbcinst.ini file. You can read the possible values
from one of the source modules for unixODBC - I think it is _handles.c.

If the mysql ODBC driver is thread-safe then you can set Threading = 0
and unixODBC will do nothing to protect the ODBC driver but I cannot
remember right now what it defaults to - probably 1 or 2 for environment
or connection.

Also, you might want to look at whether you share the same environment
between threads even if they are using different connections (see
SQLAllocHandle for an environment).

Martin
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#5: Re: My ODBC concurrent Queries

Posted on 2009-05-27 13:18:18 by J Jayavasanthan

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Sorry I forwarded this response only to Martin,
And I have found a resolution to the above problem with Threading =3D0/1/2,
but I am facing other problems related to connection pooling.

I am following up with that issue on the other thread, hopefully I will fin=
d
the resolution soon,

Once again I apologize for not closing down this thread.

Regards,
Jay



---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: J Jayavasanthan <jayavasanthan@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, May 26, 2009 at 5:42 PM
Subject: Re: My ODBC concurrent Queries
To: Martin Evans <martin.evans@easysoft.com>


I think this resolves my query,

Thanks Martin, Thanks for your inputs
Regards,
Jay


On Tue, May 26, 2009 at 1:08 PM, Martin Evans <martin.evans@easysoft.com>wr=
ote:

> J Jayavasanthan wrote:
> > Hi Armin,
> > No, the n threads use different connections,
> >
> > And Yes, the codebase is the same for Windows & Linux.
> >
> > BTW, additional information, from windows client connecting Windows &
> Linux
> > MySQL Servers, this problem doesn't arise. But only with Linux clients
> > connecting to Windows or Linux MySQL Servers, this problem arises,
> >
> > I am trying to prepare a testcase out of this, and will put it up
> shortly,
> > do let me know if I have missed something,
> >
> > Regards,
> > Jay
> >
> >
> > 2009/5/25 Armin Sch=F6ffmann <armin.schoeffmann@aegaeon.de>
> >
> >> Hi,
> >> tell us a few more implementation details on your app:
> >> In particular, do your n threads share one common db-connection?
> >> Do you use the same codebase for win & linux?
> >>
> >> armin.
> >>
> >>
> >>> -----Original Message-----
> >>> From: J Jayavasanthan [mailto:jayavasanthan@gmail.com]
> >>> Sent: Monday, May 25, 2009 12:50 PM
> >>> To: myodbc@lists.mysql.com
> >>> Subject: My ODBC concurrent Queries
> >>>
> >>> Hi,
> >>> In my application, the mysql server is connected via ODBC and we run
> >>> multiple threads executing multiple queries with the mysql server.
> >>> There is
> >>> an issue in our application when we execute a bulk query (more than
> >>> 100,000
> >>> rows in resultset) and when the query takes a longer time for execute=
,
> >>> all
> >>> the other threads seem to just hang on their db operations.
> >>>
> >>> We are even unable to get past the 'use database' query in most cases
> >>> from
> >>> other threads. Is this a limitation on the ODBC implementation in lin=
ux
> >>> or
> >>> have we failed to turn-on any options while building our ODBC drivers=
,
> >>> do
> >>> let us know.
> >>>
> >>> In Windows, we are able to execute simultaneous queries using ODBC.
> >>> This
> >>> test environment uses all pre-compiled binaries from MySQL website.
> >>>
> >>> In Linux, we are facing the above issues
> >>>
> >>> Linux Flavor - Cent OS 5.2
> >>> MySQL Server version - 5.1.30
> >>> unixODBC version - 2.2.11
> >>> myODBC version - 3.51.27
> >>>
> >>> All Linux binaries are compiled in the same system as they are runnin=
g.
> >>>
> >>> When we execute two queries as separate processes (same executable
> >>> started
> >>> as different processes), we are able to do so. But, when we create tw=
o
> >>> separate threads within the same process, then the above hang up
> >>> arises. Is
> >>> there any particular option in building our application we have misse=
d,
> >>> do
> >>> let us know,
> >>>
> >>> Regards,
> >>> Jayavasanthan J
> >
> >
> >
>
> Have you examined the threading options in unixODBC? i.e.,
>
> Threading =3D N
>
> for a driver in your odbcinst.ini file. You can read the possible values
> from one of the source modules for unixODBC - I think it is _handles.c.
>
> If the mysql ODBC driver is thread-safe then you can set Threading =3D 0
> and unixODBC will do nothing to protect the ODBC driver but I cannot
> remember right now what it defaults to - probably 1 or 2 for environment
> or connection.
>
> Also, you might want to look at whether you share the same environment
> between threads even if they are using different connections (see
> SQLAllocHandle for an environment).
>
> Martin
> --
> Martin J. Evans
> Easysoft Limited
> http://www.easysoft.com
>
>


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