From Colby’s latest news announcement, our previously recommended MySQL flags create a problem with SQLTags. I assume that he found this from your system since our test setups ran for days without this problem. What is the current status?
[quote=“Colby.Clegg”]FURTHER IMPORTANT NEWS - Concerning these flags and SQLTags
As of the current release (4.0.0), it is very important that these flags ARE NOT used on the connection that is running SQLTags. Due to how the driver deallocates prepared statements, using these flags will cause the statement count to increase until it reaches the max allowed, causing further queries to fail. This will cause SQLTags to stop updating.
If you need the flags in order to maintain reasonable performance on your overall project, I suggest simply creating another “SQLTags only” connection without them.
We’ll be looking into what we can do to fix this shortly.