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pg_connection_busy Gibt den Status der Verbindung zurück (busy/not busy)


pg_connection_busy ( resource $connection ) : bool

pg_connection_busy() stellt fest, ob eine Verbindung gerade benutzt wird. Falls ja, wird eine zuvor gesendete Abfrage noch bearbeitet. Falls die Funktion pg_get_result() aufgerufen wird, wird sie blockiert.



PostgreSQL Verbindungskennung.


Gibt TRUE zurück, falls die Verbindung gerade benutzt wird, ansonsten FALSE.


Beispiel #1 pg_connection_busy() Beispiel

pg_connect("dbname=publisher") or die("Konnte keine Verbindung aufbauen.");
$bs pg_connection_busy($dbconn);
  if (
$bs) {
'Die Verbindung wird gerade benutzt.';
  } else {
'Die Verbindung ist frei.';

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levi at alliancesoftware dot com dot au
9 years ago
pg_connection_busy() returning true does not necessarily mean that there are results waiting for pg_get_result(); it also stays true for some time after a query that causes any sort of postgres error. (See http://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=36469)
2 months ago
There doesn't seem to be any documented way of using this function here, and I'm sore most people trying this are going to default to using a busy loop if there is nothing else to do while waiting (in which case pg_get_result would be better, since it just blocks until a result is ready) or a sleep loop if trying to cancel the query after a certain time.

The C documentation for libPq reccomends using PQisBusy (the C equivalent of pg_connection_busy) by waiting on a socket instead, which lets you timeout if the state doesn't change after a certain period but immediately react if it changes. If you want to cancel after a timeout, you would have something like this :

class SomeKindOfTimeoutException extends Exception { }

SomeKindOfSQLErrorException extends Exception { }

query_with_timeout($conn, $query, $timeout_seconds) {
assert(pg_get_result($conn) === false); // Ensure that nothing is running

$socket = [pg_socket($conn)];
$null = [];

$dispatch_ok = pg_send_query($conn, $query);

$still_running = pg_connection_busy($conn);

$still_running) {
// https://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/libpq-async.html
        // "A typical application using these functions will have a main loop that uses select() or poll() to wait for all the conditions that it must respond to."
        // "One of the conditions will be input available from the server, which in terms of select() means readable data on the file descriptor identified by PQsocket."
        // PQisBusy is mapped to pg_connection_busy
stream_select($socket, $null, $null, $timeout_seconds); // Will wait on that socket until that happens or the timeout is reached
$still_running = pg_connection_busy($conn); // False on timeout, true if complete

        // You could keep polling like that, this just breaks and throws immediately on first loop
if ($still_running) {
$cancel_ok = pg_cancel_query($conn);
            throw new

$res = pg_get_result($conn);

    try {
$error_msg = pg_result_error($res);
        if (
$error_msg) throw new SomeKindOfSQLErrorException($error_msg);

    } finally {

$conn_string = "host=localhost port=5433 dbname=postgres";
$db = pg_connect($conn_string);

query_with_timeout($db, "SELECT pg_sleep(10)", 3); // Will throw
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