The manual says for mysql_unbuffered_query:

    Note: The benefits of mysql_unbuffered_query() come at a cost: 
    You cannot use mysql_num_rows() on a result set returned from 
    mysql_unbuffered_query(). You also have to fetch all result 
    rows from an unbuffered SQL query, before you can send a new 
    SQL query to MySQL. 

  Do I really have to fetch all result rows, or does a
mysql_free_result() call suffice?

  Sebastian Bergmann                     Measure Traffic & Usability  

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