I looked into this years ago for something I was doing, but don't remember
looking for a solution in MySQL.
Just wanted to share that.. um.. I think it was with MS SQL Server.. there
was a way to put a tag in your DSN connection string that would show up
on the process list. I don't know if that helps, but just to add to the
list of "how *some* people do it".
----- Original Message -----
From: listread <listr...@cze.com>
Date: Mon, 02 Nov 2009 07:16:23 -0600
Subject: [PHP-DB] How to: Include identifier with a query
> We are searching for names that might or might not exist in a 4 million
> row db and have to do a lot of fuzzy searches that often don't return
> I would like the use to have the option of killing a query process.
> Since we are apt to have several queries running KILL QUERY doesn't seem
> to work. I would like to use KILL (process id) instead. We can use
> SHOW FULL PROCESSLIST to get a complete list of the processes, but we
> need for the code to identify which one to kill.
> Here's the question: How can I "flag" a particular query so it can be
> identified from the array SHOW FULL PROCESSLIST generates?
> - Ron
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