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sqlite_busy_timeout

SQLiteDatabase->busyTimeout

(PHP 5, PECL sqlite >= 1.0.0)

sqlite_busy_timeout -- SQLiteDatabase->busyTimeoutSet busy timeout duration, or disable busy handlers

Description

void sqlite_busy_timeout ( resource $dbhandle , int $milliseconds )

Object oriented style (method):

void SQLiteDatabase::busyTimeout ( int $milliseconds )

Set the maximum time, in milliseconds, that SQLite will wait for a dbhandle to become ready for use.

Parameters

dbhandle

The SQLite Database resource; returned from sqlite_open() when used procedurally. This parameter is not required when using the object-oriented method.

milliseconds

The number of milliseconds. When set to 0, busy handlers will be disabled and SQLite will return immediately with a SQLITE_BUSY status code if another process/thread has the database locked for an update.

PHP sets the default busy timeout to be 60 seconds when the database is opened.

Note:

There are one thousand (1000) milliseconds in one second.

Return Values

No value is returned.

Examples

Example #1 Procedural style

<?php
$dbhandle 
sqlite_open('sqlitedb');
sqlite_busy_timeout($dbhandle10000); // set timeout to 10 seconds
sqlite_busy_timeout($dbhandle0); // disable busy handler
?>

Example #2 Object oriented style

<?php
$dbhandle 
= new SQLiteDatabase('sqlitedb');
$dbhandle->busyTimeout(10000); // 10 seconds
$dbhandle->busyTimeout(0); // disable
?>

See Also

  • sqlite_open() - Opens an SQLite database and create the database if it does not exist

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php at cdauth dot de
7 years ago
The PDO equivalent of this function would be PDO::setAttribute(PDO::ATTR_TIMEOUT);
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