(PECL mongo >=1.5.0)
MongoClient::killCursor — Kills a specific cursor on the server
In certain situations it might be needed to kill a cursor on the server. Usually cursors time out after 10 minutes of inactivity, but it is possible to create an immortal cursor with MongoCursor::immortal() that never times out. In order to be able to kill such an immortal cursor, you can call this method with the information supplied by MongoCursor::info().
TRUE if the method attempted to kill a cursor, and
there was something wrong with the arguments (such as a wrong
server_hash). The return status does not
reflect where the cursor was actually killed as the server does
not provide that information.
This method displays a warning if the supplied
server_hash does not match up with an existing
connection. No attempt to kill a cursor is attempted in that case either.
Example #1 MongoClient::killCursor() example
This example shows how to connect, do a query, obtain the cursor information and then kill the cursor.
$m = new MongoClient();
$c = $m->testdb->collection;
$cursor = $c->find();
$result = $cursor->next();
// Now the cursor is valid, so we can get the hash and ID out:
$info = $cursor->info();
// Kill the cursor
MongoClient::killCursor( $info['server'], $info['id'] );