I make use of the mysql driver and I find that when I come back to my PC 
the next day, the first query I issue always results in an error. I need 
to reconnect to the server for it to work again.

I've setup a callback to do the reconnect, but the original query is lost.

Is there a way of having the mysql driver, reconnect and then complete 
the query without erroring out, in the case of driver/server timeout? 
This way I do not lose my query to a timeout or need to have some sort 
of global command buffer that the callback would use to re-execute the 
failed query.


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