Strange MySQL error "Empty row packet body" when using mysql_fetch_object (PHP 5.3.3)
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I get a really strange, pointless and totally random error when I fetch rows from a resource (query) using PHP.
My development machine is a Windows XP SP3 with Apache 2.2 while MySQL runs on a virtual machine, using ubuntu 10.04, with 768mb of ram, 100GB of HDD and 4 logic cores (Intel q6600). However this problem is not related to PHP on windows because I get the same error when I run the code on the database machine.
mysql extension (not
mysqlnd), but looking around I founded a patch regarding this error related to mysqlnd extension, so, probably, I should try.
The main problem is that when I execute this query (a really big query with a couple of derived table and more than 20 joins) and process results fast and all goes well, but when my code spent around 15/20 seconds to process a block of rows (I need build an object from a block of rows linked in a really particular way between them, I can't change this, database isn't mine, and make some PDF from this object) after a while (random time) I get this error "Empty row packet body".
I use unbuffered queries to reduce memory consumption (if I enable buffering I get around 260MB of used memory) but this shouldn't be the problem.
I ran into the same error. I was using PDO, but it should basically be the same thing.
Are you operating on a MyISAM table? If so, the problem is probably related to the locking model this Engine uses: it locks the whole table, for reading with a shared lock, for writing with an exclusive lock.
This is what I was trying to do: Read a large result set unbuffered, and update some of the rows in the same table. Since you can't issue a statement on the same connection while it holds an unbuffered result set, I tried using another connection for the updates. Reading went well until the first update, at which point the script stalled for about a minute, then I got the "Empty row packet body" error.
You see, when reading unbuffered, the shared lock is kept until the whole result set has been read or the cursor is being closed. During that time, the table is locked with a shared lock, so other connections can obtain shared locks on the table (in other words, read from it), but exclusive locks (for writing) will have to wait. If this happens within the same script, it will deadlock.
Now, to prevent endless deadlocking, MySQL will forcibly release your shared lock after a while (IIRC this is affected by the value of table_lock_wait_timeout), dumping your result set and allowing the writing statement with the waiting exclusive lock to get its turn.
So, while in my case it was the same script that did this and therefore stalled until the timeout expired, it might also be that some other script is attempting a write operation on the table with the same effect, which is probably what happened in your case.
What solved the problem for me was changing the table type to InnoDB, since that Engine uses row-level instead of table-level locks. However, since you say the database is not yours, this might not be possible for you.
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Having this error a while a ago, I've fixed it by increasing the value of
net_read_timeout = 360 net_write_timeout = 360
While a connection is open on write, waiting for another query to end to continue inserting, this times out, giving an empty row packet. I'm working on very large dataset, used value are over 360. Your value will depend on your use case.
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user589182's answer is spot on. I am doing essentially the same thing: Read a large result set unbuffered, and update some of the rows in the same table, from the same PHP script. I got the exact same error message after approx. 2500 UPDATEs. Problem solved after switching from MyISAM to InnoDB.
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I got the same error, and I was also reading a large result set unbuffered while updating the rows of the same table.
Instead of switching to InnoDB, a better solution might be to create a temporary table containing only the primary key of the original table. Then, loop through that temporary table while selecting and updating one row at a time from the original table. You will have to use two separate MySQL connections in order to do this, otherwise you will get a "Commands out of sync" error.
You might need to lock the original table to prevent anyone else from reading/writing to it while this is happening.
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I was on InnoDB and never had this type of problem until I switched coding environment(literally, like the location). So, if you changed your wireless connection, that may be the problem especially if its a public place.
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- Can you show some code? What are your command timeouts set to?
- the problem isin't related to timeouts or memory limit because i've disabled the first and set to a very very very high value the second
- Where I work we develop using a local Apache 2.2/PHP 5.3.3 on a Windows XP Pro SP3 too, and a shared test database server, and we get this error all the time. HOWEVER, the shared Apache/Linux setup, whose versions I'm not aware of, do not give this error, so this might suggest the problem might be caused by Apache version or something like that instead of database configuration or usage!
- @DanieleSalvatoreAlbano i have the exact problem. i tired many thing. did you finally solved this?
- The error message is fairly generic and the problem itself is triggered by the died network connection, that may happen for many different reason. Are you using unbuffered queries? Does the query take a long time to execute if you use a mysql client to test it? It's very likely that you will need to tune the timeouts (globally in mysql or per session if yiu can't manage the mysql instance you are using)
- Initially table type was myisam, later i switched to innodb to do a test but the problem remained. However actually i didn't get it anymore, i must hyper-stress the server to get it
- This didn't work for me, even when the table is copied and I am 100% sure nobody was writing to it.
- Note that internal temporary tables (created by MySQL for some queries, see
EXPLAIN) will use MyISAM in MySQL 5.6:
On-disk temporary tables are managed by the MyISAM storage engineHence you might end up with this error while query seems to only involve InnoDB tables (but actually requires a temporary table that MySQL 5.6 will create using MyISAM)
- Where to put these lines, in which block?
- In your mysql configuration, usually called my.conf, in the block mysqld
- Perfect, I wasn't sure about a block. Thanks!