Hello, we have given it a try today and things look pretty good :-). Unfortunately, we can reproduce the problem with MySQL. I barely remember that MySQL by default has implicit commits enabled, what needs to be turned off if you need real ones. By default, MySQL has autocommit enabled.
libdbi-drivers uses the mysql_config script shipped with MySQL to obtain the list of required libraries to link against, *unless* you use the --with-mysql-libdir configure switch. Yes I was using this configure switch. I copied configure line from Red Hat SRPM. Do you have any numbers? Would
Hi Markus, 2013/1/8 Markus Hoenicka markus.hoeni...@mhoenicka.de: We could modify the driver function dbd_goto_row() by passing both the wanted row index rowidx and the current row index currowidx(which libdbi keeps track of anyway). This is one way to fix the problem, I agree. Unfortunately