Dieter Maurer wrote:
> Jim Washington wrote at 2005-12-16 16:23 -0500:
>>What seems to work for me now is the following as 
>>def isConnected(self):
>>       try:
>>       except:
>>           # not connected or ping did not restore MySQL connection
>>           if self._v_connection is not None:
>>               self._v_connection.close()
>>               self._v_connection = None
>>           return False
>>       return True
>>I am not well-versed in the intricacies of conflictError, so what else 
>>should happen here?  I do not see how there would be unresolved 
>>transactions remaining, and the connection I need is now available or 
>>soon will be established.
> "isConnected" is fine as you cite it above.
> However, the action taken (by the caller) when "isConnected" returns
> "False" might be wrong. Reopening and then
> using the connection in this case is safe only
> when the connection was not yet used before in this same transaction.
In my understanding : If ping fails everything else will also fail.

But I don't know what happens in case of a server restart.



Jürgen Kartnaller

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